How Much Does It Cost To Live In Cedar Park And Leander

Dated: 09/09/2016

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In the last 90 days there have been 384 homes sold in the Cedar Park and Leander area.      The highest priced home sold right at $878,695 in the beautiful Bluffs at Twin Creeks Neighborhood.   This home has a master bathroom and a huge kitchen fit for a King and Queen. 

Home prices range from $142,500 up to $900,000.   

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Kelly Siegler

I am a professional Real Estate agent who serves the central Texas area. Buying and selling can be stressful and is one of the biggest financial decisions most people make in their lifetime. I will wo....

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