Cities with the fastest growing home prices in College Station metro area

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January 19, 2023
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Cities with the fastest growing home prices in College Station metro area

It goes without saying that the coronavirus pandemic has sparked a wave of uncertainty across myriad industries, and no other market has quite felt its impact like that of real estate.

The pandemic has become a driving force behind the continued real estate boom, with high demand for vacation homes and a limited supply of housing that has prompted buyers and investors to bid up prices for affordable properties, causing home prices to skyrocket. The ability to work remotely played a role in the vacation home demand in mid-2020, as affluent Americans opted to ride out the pandemic with more amenities and space outside dense urban areas.

Stacker compiled a list of cities with the fastest-growing home prices in College Station-Bryan, TX metro area using data from Zillow. Cities are ranked by 1-year price change as of December 2022. The typical home value in the United States increased over the last year by +8.4%% to $356,819. All 13 cities and towns with data available were included in the list.

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#13. Hearne, TX

- 1-year price change: +$13,641 (+10.7%)
- 5-year price change: +$49,546 (+54.0%)
- Typical home value: $141,251 (#13 most expensive city in metro)
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#12. Calvert, TX

- 1-year price change: +$14,973 (+11.3%)
- 5-year price change: +$51,226 (+53.4%)
- Typical home value: $147,184 (#12 most expensive city in metro)
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#11. Somerville, TX

- 1-year price change: +$22,620 (+13.6%)
- 5-year price change: +$62,373 (+49.5%)
- Typical home value: $188,420 (#11 most expensive city in metro)
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#10. Bremond, TX

- 1-year price change: +$27,368 (+16.7%)
- 5-year price change: +$67,149 (+54.3%)
- Typical home value: $190,812 (#10 most expensive city in metro)
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#9. Snook, TX

- 1-year price change: +$28,021 (+15.5%)
- 5-year price change: +$72,172 (+52.9%)
- Typical home value: $208,563 (#9 most expensive city in metro)

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#8. Franklin, TX

- 1-year price change: +$29,179 (+10.3%)
- 5-year price change: +$99,706 (+47.1%)
- Typical home value: $311,254 (#4 most expensive city in metro)
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#7. Navasota, TX

- 1-year price change: +$31,074 (+13.8%)
- 5-year price change: +$82,776 (+47.5%)
- Typical home value: $256,891 (#7 most expensive city in metro)
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#6. Bryan, TX

- 1-year price change: +$36,162 (+16.4%)
- 5-year price change: +$81,293 (+46.5%)
- Typical home value: $256,142 (#8 most expensive city in metro)
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#5. Caldwell, TX

- 1-year price change: +$38,584 (+16.5%)
- 5-year price change: +$95,218 (+53.8%)
- Typical home value: $272,362 (#6 most expensive city in metro)
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#4. Dime Box, TX

- 1-year price change: +$44,830 (+16.6%)
- 5-year price change: +$121,616 (+63.1%)
- Typical home value: $314,404 (#3 most expensive city in metro)

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#3. Wixon Valley, TX

- 1-year price change: +$44,968 (+17.1%)
- 5-year price change: +$92,336 (+43.0%)
- Typical home value: $307,245 (#5 most expensive city in metro)
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#2. College Station, TX

- 1-year price change: +$49,755 (+17.1%)
- 5-year price change: +$83,533 (+32.6%)
- Typical home value: $340,053 (#2 most expensive city in metro)
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#1. Kurten, TX

- 1-year price change: +$58,269 (+20.1%)
- 5-year price change: +$116,953 (+50.5%)
- Typical home value: $348,582 (#1 most expensive city in metro)

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