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Most Expensive U.S. Housing Markets 2010: Coldwell Banker Report

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Plans to relocate to California? The state dominates as the most expensive housing markets in America, according to a new report by Coldwell Banker.

Coldwell Banker's latest annual report surveyed regional prices for four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes across the country. Up from the number eight spot last year, Newport Beach, California takes the lead as the most expensive city in America with the average home price of $1,826,348. Boston and Beverly Hills both fell out of the top 10. (You can see last year's list here.)

Check out the most expensive real estate markets in America -- or check out Coldwell Banker's full data:

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