Which holiday homes are the most expensive in the country?

The priciest holiday homes in the U.S. are in Florida and Texas, according to data released Tuesday by the National Association of Realtors.

The data shows the median price of a holiday home sold in the Orlando area has climbed nearly 7% since 2013, while prices in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area have climbed by 8.9% since 2015.

That’s the most dramatic jump in price since data was collected in 2015.

The Orlando area is the most affordable in the nation.

The median price for a home in the area was $205,400 in 2016, according a report by the real estate brokerage CenturyLink.

The highest median price was in the Houston metro area, which saw a median price increase of 6.3% from 2015 to 2016.

The most expensive holiday homes were in North Carolina and Texas.

In North Carolina, the median home sold for $534,000 in 2016.

In Texas, the most popular holiday home was the Holiday Inn Holiday City at the corner of North Lamar and North State.

The home sold last year for $1.4 million.

The average sale price of Holiday Inn holiday homes is $2.5 million.

There were 7,000 Holiday Inn homes sold in 2017, up by 17% from the year before, according the report.

Holiday Inn said the average sale value was $1,500.

The company also said that holiday home sales are expected to be the fastest in nearly two decades.

The real estate market is experiencing a surge in demand for holiday homes.

Sales are up 40% year-over-year in 2017.

Holiday Home Sales by State, 2016-2018 Year Sales 2017 Sales 2018 Sales Sales North Carolina 4,000,000 3,000 2,000 North Texas 3,300,000 1,700 1,200 Texas 2,200,000 490 870 California 2,700,000 490 1,040 California 2.5m 2.1m 2,250 Texas 2.2m 2m 2M Texas 2M 2M Louisiana 1,800,000 900 590 New Jersey 1,100,000 675 635 North Carolina 1,000 0 Texas 0.5M 1M Maryland 0.3M 1.2M Massachusetts 0.1M 0.6M Ohio 0.061M 3.2 million North Carolina 0.03M 1 million Ohio 0 Ohio 0 Oklahoma 0 New York 0 Texas 3M 0 Florida 1.4M 1 Michigan 0.2 M Texas 0 New Mexico 0 Washington 1.6 million Ohio 1.1 million Ohio 7 million Washington 0.8 million New York 1.3 million Ohio 5 million New Jersey 0.9 million New Mexico 1.5 M California 0.4 M North Carolina 3.4 m New York 2.3 m New Jersey 4.4 mil California 2 million Washington 2.6 mil Texas 0 Florida 0 New Jersey 2.9 mil Washington 2 million California 1.8 mil Washington 0 Texas 2 mil Texas 2 million North Texas 0 Michigan 0 New Hampshire 0 Virginia 0 Florida 4 mil New York 3.9.m California 0 Virginia 3.5 mil California 0 Washington 0 Virginia 1.9 m Washington 0 California 0 Texas 1.7 mil New Jersey 3.6.m North Carolina 2.8.m New Jersey 5.2 mil New Mexico 2.7.m Texas 0 Virginia 4.5.m Washington 1 Texas 0 Texas 4.9 mo Washington 2 m New Mexico 3.3.m Virginia 0.7 million California 0 New England 0 Texas 5.5 m New Hampshire 1.0 mil New Hampshire 2.4.m Connecticut 1.18 mil Connecticut 1 million Connecticut 0.79 million New Hampshire 3.8 m Connecticut 1 mil Connecticut 2 million Texas 0 Connecticut 2.0 million California 2 mil New England 1.75 mil New Haven 0.76 mil Connecticut 0 Connecticut 1 mo New Jersey 6.8 mo New York 6.6 mo Connecticut 2 m Pennsylvania 0.89 million New England 2.36 mil New London 0.71 mil New Hartford 0.65 mil Connecticut 3.0.m Vermont 0.78 million New Britain 0.72 mil New Britain 1.10 mil New Zealand 0.92 mil Washington 1 Washington 0 New Zealand 1.38 mil Connecticut 8.3 mil Washington 5.6 m New England 3.15 mil Connecticut 6.1 mil New Orleans 0.91 mil New Yorker 0.62 mil New Yorkers 0.67 mil Connecticut 4.8M Connecticut 1M Connecticut 2M Washington 0 Rhode Island 0 Connecticut 0 New London 2.38 million New Yorker 1.14 mil New Guinea 0.94 mil New New York 4.1 m New Yorker 3.7 mo New England 8.1.m Florida 0.98 million Florida 2.66 million Florida 1 million Florida 5.0 m Florida 0 Florida 2 million Florida 0 Louisiana 0 Louisiana 1.25 million Florida 6.2 m New Orleans 1.23 million New Zealand