17. University Park, Texas
Texas is known for bigger things, which explains why the saying “Everything is bigger in Texas” is common in the state. Everything in the state seems to be bigger, including hair, cowboy hats, and stores. Thus, Texas is known as a market with big things. As a result, it is not a surprise that the state has big suburbs like University Park.
Exhibit A: University Park, Texas
Based on this Dallas enclave, there is no doubt that things are bigger in Texas and homes and price tags are no exceptions. The price of a single family house in University Park in 2017 was above $1 million, specifically $1,193,800, making it one of the most expensive suburbs in the country. University Park is estimated to be 3.7 square miles and it has many mansions constructed in a small place.