san francisco ca

Today, real estate and housing is all about location, particularly when you are a wealthy person. No sane person settles for anything less that perfection if he or she can easily afford to live anywhere. Latest census data, that has recently been released, suggests which metropolitan areas have the utmost appeal for rich people. These cities have the maximum percentage of homes with an annual income of at least 191,469 USD.

Stamford, CT1. Stamford, Conn.

Average listing price

$728,603

% of homes with high income

17.9%

Once an unpretentious colony, Stamford is now considered as the wealthiest metropolitan area in the US. The living cost is approximately 60% higher than the rest of the country.

 

san jose, ca2. San Jose

Average listing price

$634,000

% of homes with high income

15.9%

Sane Hone is situated in Silicon Valley and is considered as the wealthiest area of California. The large number of technological companies sets this city apart. The cost of living is substantially high than the national average.

 

washington, dc3. Washington, D.C.

Average listing price

$895,000

% of homes with high income

14.1%

With its considerably high wheel-dealer density, it definitely is not surprising to see D.C. among the wealthiest cities of America. The cost of living is higher than other cities.

 

san francisco, california4. San Francisco

Average listing price

$1.45 million

% of homes with high income

13%

San Francisco is indeed one of the priciest areas of the country. Its pleasant weather and numerous cultural attractions make it an ideal place for rich residents.

 

trenton, nj5. Trenton, N.J.

Average listing price

$149,900

% of homes with high income

11.6%

The metro areas of Trenton are full of history. It is pretty famous for the revolutionary war that took place in 1776. Home prices vary in this area, but most houses are listed for a price around $ 145,294.

 

new york6. New York City

Average listing price

$2.295 million

% of homes with high income

10%

The main New York metropolitan area, including Long Island, northern New Jersey and Pennsylvania, is considered as one of the priciest in the country. New York is often regarded as the economic center of the world where residents enjoy a number of amenities, such as theater, nightlife and world-class dining.

thousand oaks, ca7. Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Average listing price

$1.7 million

% of homes with high income

9.7%

 

 

boston, ma8. Boston

Average listing price

$1.05million

% of homes with high income

9.7%

Boston has been home for a number of most influential people in history, including Julia Child and John F. Kennedy.

 

Boulder, CO9. Boulder, Colo.

Average listing price

$850,000

% of homes with high income

9.4%

University of Colorado is undoubtedly the biggest highlight of the area, but Boulder is more than just a college city. Residents of this area enjoy an average of 300 sunny days every year.

napa, ca10. Napa, Calif.

Average listing price

$1,187,500

% of homes with high income

9.3%

Napa is well-known for its wine country. For wealthy Americans, this place is a heaven. With great golfing, beautiful weather, and high-end eating places, Napa is a perfect place to live only if you can afford it.

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Written by Margarita Hakobyan
Margarita Hakobyan is CEO and Founder of Moverscorp.com.