The Nations Most Expensive Zip Codes

Author: Julien  //  Category: Premium Real Estate

Forbes magazine recently released their annual list of the priciest areas in the country. The list is calculated by finding the median sales price for every zip code. Below you will find a list of the nations 10 most expensive zip codes. As you will notice the list was dominated by California ZIPs. The state of California took up just over half the spots which shouldn’t be too much of a surprise… According to the National Association of Realtors, the median price for an existing home in California was the highest in the country at the end of 2005, just shy of $600,000. Meanwhile, the national median was a bit more than $200,000.

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? 1. 11962 (Sagaponack, N.Y.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,787,500
? 2. 92067: (Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,445,000
? 3. 92662: (Newport Beach, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,397,500
? 4. 94528: (Diablo, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,266,000
? 5. 94957: (Ross, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,247,500
? 6. 11976: (Water Mill, N.Y.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,150,000
? 7. 90402: (Santa Barbara, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,050,000
? 8. 93108: (Santa Monica, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $2,005,000
? 9. 92661: (Newport Beach, Calif.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $1,996,500
? 10. 33109: (Miami Beach, Fla.) were the Median Home Sale Price in 2005 was $1,942,500

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Also, if you are interested you can find the complete Forbes story and the full list of the nation’s most expensive zip codes.

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