A new report by Fox News’ Fox & Friends suggests that Texas is one of the states with the most costly water bills, with its average water bill averaging $1,200 per year.
The report states that while some states have high average bills, the cost of water in Texas has the highest in the country.
The state’s average water price per 1,000 gallons of water, at $1.25, is more than twice that of New York, which averages $0.70.
In addition, Texas has one of America’s highest average rates for homeowners in the form of mortgage interest, which is higher than in many other states, as well as the state’s highest rate of property taxes.
The total average monthly water bill for the state is $1.,300.
In 2016, the average monthly bill was $1 (which included water and sewer).
According to the report, homeowners in Texas who are paying off their home equity loans or who are refinancing their mortgage are paying more in water bills than homeowners in other states.
This may be because homeowners who are not paying off loans are less likely to have underwater property values.
The water bill is a key driver of the average home value in Texas, which fell by nearly $5,000 in the last 12 months, the report states.
In Texas, homeowners with incomes above $75,000 have the highest average water bills.
Those with incomes below $50,000 pay the lowest average water costs, the survey found.
Water bills in Texas have been growing at a faster pace than the economy has been improving, the study found.
The state’s overall average water rate rose by 7.5% in 2016, while the state had an increase of 10.7%.
Texas is one state where homeowners are paying for the water in their homes.
A survey of Texas’ 2.5 million homeowners in 2016 found that 43% of them are paying on their water bills or other water services.
About 20% of households are paying $0 or less.
The average water cost per 1kW of water is $0, according to the survey.