See Florida’s most, least expensive housing markets

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It’s common knowledge that the town of Palm Beach is the priciest housing market in Florida, but what about homes a middle-class person might actually buy?

Coldwell Banker answers that question with its annual look at prices for four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes in a variety of U.S. cities.

Florida’s 15 priciest markets:

  1. Key Largo: $705,900
  2. Big Pine Key: $589,694
  3. Fort Lauderdale: $518,667
  4. Weston: $502,854
  5. Palmetto Bay: $481,656
  6. Parkland: $468,635
  7. Boca Raton: $463,910
  8. Plantation: $440,229
  9. Cooper City: $429,853
  10. Naples: $419,770
  11. Satellite Beach: $417,864
  12. Miramar: $402,691
  13. Miami: $393,824
  14. Pembroke Pines: $391,906
  15. Winter Park: $388,465

Coldwell Banker examined 109 towns in Florida. The state’s cheapest market is Palatka. A four-bedroom home there goes for an average of $110,655.

One caveat: The study doesn’t include a number of Palm Beach County cities, such as Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington and West Palm Beach.

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