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Malibu News

Malibu Is The Most Expensive Place To Live
Posted by Alex Nochez on Nov 7, 2013 - 12:59:38 AM

MALIBU — The city of Malibu has been named the most expensive real estate market in the country as of November 6.
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Coldwell Banker

 

The 2013 Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report revealed the results of its survey, which showed that Malibu is the single most expensive market in the country, with an average listing price of $2,155,900.

 

The report is completed by examining 53,257 listings of four bedroom, two bathroom homes across 1,997 markets in the United States between January and June 2013.

 

“Situated on the Southern California coast with beautiful homes and even more stunning views, you're not only paying for world class properties, you're paying for a way of life,” says Madison Hildebrand, host of “Million Dollar Listing” and agent of Coldwell Banker, in the report's press release.

 

In addition, 13 of the top 25 most expensive markets are located in California. These markets include San Francisco, with an average listing price of $1,309,599, and Newport Beach, with an average listing price of $1,773,824.

 

Contrasting these results was the city of Cleveland, Ohio, found to be the most affordable market in the country holding an average listing price of $63,729. The report also shows that 60 percent of the most affordable markets are all found in the Midwest.



 

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