Langhorne ranked highest at No. 28 with a 1-year price increase of $23,830 (4.7 percent) and a five-year price increase of $154,075 (41.1 percent). A typical home value in Langhorne is now $528,513.
Richboro is next at No. 31 with a 1-year change of $23,694 (3.9 percent) and a five-year change of $188,931 (42.4 percent). A typical home value is currently $634,508.
Churchville is close behind at No. 33. The town recorded a 1-year price change of $23,621 (4.0 percent) and a 5-year price change of $187,202 (44.0 percent). A typical home value stands at $612,245.
Morrisville follows at No. 41. The recorded increases are $21,673 (4.5 percent) for one year and $166,949 (50.2 percent) for five years.
The list is rounded out by Yardley at No. 49 with a one-year change of $20,975 (4.0 percent) and a five-year change of $172,598 (45.7 percent).
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