When you are looking for a home it may be hard to decide where to pick. This new list shows you the top places you should check out in Texas.

There are a lot of factors to take into consideration like the cost of living in the area, the type of jobs that are available, and if it’s an okay place to start a family.

A new study done by Niche was able to narrow down where in the state were the best places to buy a home.

What Is The Best City To Live In Texas?

Landing at number one on the list was DeCordova, which is located outside of Fort Worth. With a population of 3,035 people, the town’s median home value is set at $293,500.

The town received high grades in its jobs, housing, public schools, and its cost of living, receiving an A in all four categories.

The top 20 Best Places To Live In Texas:



Median Home Value

1. DeCordova3,035$293,500
2. Woodway9,399$304,200
3. Old River-Winfree1,841$115,700
4. Lantana11,706$482,700
5. Fritch2,472$129,300
6. Annetta3,077$394,600
7. Timberbrook6,467$450,241
8. Vinton2,692$102,200
9. Canyon Creek South3,788$618,263
10. Oak Ridge North3,033$265,300
11. Henrietta3,115$128,000
12. Siesta Acres1,636$116,000
13. Abernathy3,266$122,500
14. Oak Leaf1,653$319,900
15. Lakeside City1,091$226,500
16. Hideaway3,212$262,800
17. Cisco3,901$99,700
18. Lake Ridge Estates5,879$435,721
19. Heath9,771$621,200
20. Red Lick1,586$286,100

Number 19 is the most expensive place to live in Texas and number 4 had the largest population.

Thirteen of the towns are cheaper to buy a home in than the median average of Texas at $306,756, according to Zillow.

To see the full rankings of Texas cities check out Niche’s full rankings here.

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