Richest Places in America

  1. Scarsdale, Westchester County, New York Average Household Income $241,453

2. Fisher Island,Miami Beach, Florida

Average Income $238,000

Average home price $3.2 million

Miami Beach average home price – $549,000

 

 

3. Short Hills, New Jersey

Town median household income: $235,216

 

4. Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Malibu, Rolling Hills,  Los Angeles

Rolling Hills, California $218,583

Perhaps the most famous ZIP code in the country, 90210 doesn’t disappoint. The Los Angeles enclave is home to celebrities such as Tom Cruise and Manny Pacquiao, who bought his 10,000-square-foot mansion for a package deal of $12.5 million plus four tickets to his fight with Floyd Mayweather. The most famous zip code in America, Beverly Hills had 18 homes sales over $10 million.

Median sale price: $3,221,250

Median household income: $132,254 –

Rolling Hills

 

 

3.The Hamptons New York

Beating out some of the most prestigious communities in the country, Sagaponack tops the list of most expensive ZIP codes in the US. The Hamptons destination is home to jaw-dropping properties including billionaire Ira Rennert’s $248 million mansion, which has 12 chimneys, a two-lane bowling alley, and a 100-car garage – See more at: http://therealdeal.com/blog/2015/07/04/the-10-most-expensive-zip-codes-in-america/#sthash.bEUics9Z.dpuf

Median sale price: $5,125,000

Median household income: $106,250 –

4. Alpine New Jersey

Average home price $4.2 million

Household income- $172,054

5. Fairfield County, Connecticut

New Canaan –

Personal Income $100,824,

Household income-$179,338

Darien – $95,577

Household income – $175,766

Greenwich

Personal Income – $92,759

Household income – $124,958

Average home price – $767,000

6. Palm Beach County, Florida

Jupiter, $247,358. Palm Beach – Household Income per capita: $125,537

Average home price – $839,200

 

7. Buckhead Atlanta

Average household income at $280,631, with an average household net worth of $1,353,189. Buckhead’s western zip code (30327) as the second wealthiest zip code in the South. (behind Palm Beach‘s 33480).

Average home Price – $675,000

8. Marin County

9. Atherton area

Average Household Income –  $250,000

Average cost of home $4.6 million

 

10. Upper East Side

Average Median household income – $117,903

Average price of home or apartment – $2 million

11. Loudon County, Virginia –

Great Falls $229,200

 

West University Place, Texas
> Town median household income:
$207,429

Most Expensive Houses

#1

#1 BEVERLY HILLS, CA (90210): The most famous zip code in America, Beverly Hills had 18 homes sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

This nine-bedroom mansion in Beverly Hills is on sale for $32 million.

 

Most expensive place to rent

1 Bel Air Los Angeles $10,629
2 Pacific Palisades Los Angeles $7,987
3 Beverly Glen Los Angeles $7,667
4 Brentwood Los Angeles $7,403
5 Poet’s Quarter Los Angeles $7,075
6 Jordan Park-Laurel Heights San Francisco $7,000
7 La Gorce Miami-Fort Lauderdale $6,932
8 Lake San Francisco $6,521
9 Cow Hollow San Francisco $6,471
10 Pacific Heights San Francisco $6,380
11 Riverside Stamford $6,380
12 Financial District San Francisco $6,373
13 Marina San Francisco $6,362
14 Parnassus-Ashbury San Francisco $6,196
15 Forest Hill San Francisco $5,891
16 Berkley/Foxhall Crescents Washington $5,868
17 Kings Point New York $5,763
18 Spring Valley Washington $5,740
19 Eureka Valley-Dolores Heights-Castro San Francisco $5,665
20 Chelsea New York $5,649
21 Noe Valley San Francisco $5,560
22 Hollywood Hills Los Angeles $5,557
23 Baywood Knolls San Francisco $5,531
24 Cheviot Hills Los Angeles $5,511
25 Russian Hill San Francisco $5,486

 

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