Houston News : These Houston-area towns make list of the richest cities in Texas

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#14 Celina

Pop. 9,354

Median Income: $112,176

Unemployment Rate: 2.2 percent

Highest level of education: Bachelor’s degree

Nearest metropolitan area: Dallas

>>>Click through to see list of richest cities in Texas

Sources: U.S. Census and Homesnacks report

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#14 Celina

Pop. 9,354

Median Income: $112,176

Unemployment Rate: 2.2 percent

Highest level of education: Bachelor’s degree

Nearest metropolitan area: Dallas

>>>Click through to see list of

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Photo: Google Earth

#14 Celina

Pop. 9,354

Median Income: $112,176

Unemployment Rate: 2.2 percent

Highest level of education: Bachelor’s degree

Nearest metropolitan area: Dallas

>>>Click through to see list of richest cities in Texas

Sources: U.S. Census and Homesnacks report

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#14 Celina

Pop. 9,354

Median Income: $112,176

Unemployment Rate: 2.2 percent

Highest level of education: Bachelor’s degree

Nearest metropolitan area: Dallas

>>>Click through to see list of

… more

Photo: Google Earth

These Houston-area towns make list of the richest cities in Texas

Two Houston area towns have been ranked as some of the wealthiest cities in Texas, according to a new report by neighborhood niche reporting website Homesnacks.

The site, which analyzed 352 cities in Texas, looked at several factors including poverty rate, median household income, crime rate, and the unemployment rate of cities in Texas with a population of more than 5,000. It also analyzed where “the richest of the rich live.”

Many of the cities on the list are suburbs of major metropolitan areas, including San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston.

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The richest city in Texas is Terrell Hills, where the population is just over 5,000 and the median cost of a home is $557,600 and the median household income is $174,844. The violent crime rate in Terrell Hills is 18.3 per 100,000 people compared to Texas’ rate of 438.9 per 100,000 people.

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Michelle Iracheta is a digital reporter in Houston. Read her on our breaking news site, Chron.com, and on our subscriber site, houstonchronicle.com. | [email protected]



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