The Most Expensive Zip Codes

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ve ZIP Codes In The County (2011 Edition)

Posted: 04 Nov 2011 05:45 AM PDT

Most Expensive ZIP CodesIn the housing market, amenities and location have as much to do with a home’s value as the everyday forces of supply-and-demand. Whereas the latter causes home values to rise and fall over time, the former creates a starting point for said values. 

Where you live — and the features of your home — determine your home’s price range. Naturally, homes in some areas are consistently higher-valued than homes in others.

Using data compiled by real estate market data firm Altos Research, Forbes Magazine presents America’s 10 most expensive ZIP codes. California and the New York Metro area dominate the list.

Alpine, NJ (07620) : $4,550,000

Atherton, CA (94027) : $4,295,000

Sagaponack, NY (11962) : $3.595,000

Hillsborough, CA (94010) : $3,499,000

Beverly Hills, CA (90210) : $3,469,891

New York, NY (10012) : $3,392,574

New York, NY (10013) : $3,317,962

Water Mill, NY (11976) : $3,300,000

Montecito, CA (93108) : $3,099,348

Old Westbury, NY (11568) : $3,095,000

In fact, of the top 50 most expensive ZIP codes, only 6 are located outside of California and New York regions. 3 are Colorado resort towns — Snowmass (81654), Aspen (81611) and Telluride (81435) — one is in Maryland, one is in Florida, and the last is in Washington State.

Chicago-suburb Kenilworth (60043) is the top-ranked Midwest ZIP code. It placed 86th overall.

The Forbes list may be interesting but, to home buyers or sellers in Mesa , it should not be the final word in home values. Real estate is a local market which means that — even within a given ZIP code — prices can vary based on street and neighborhood.

Look past general data and get specific. Talk to your real estate agent for local market pricing.

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The Most Expensive ZIP Codes In The County (2011 Edition)

Posted: 04 Nov 2011 05:45 AM PDT

Most Expensive ZIP CodesIn the housing market, amenities and location have as much to do with a home’s value as the everyday forces of supply-and-demand. Whereas the latter causes home values to rise and fall over time, the former creates a starting point for said values. 

Where you live — and the features of your home — determine your home’s price range. Naturally, homes in some areas are consistently higher-valued than homes in others.

Using data compiled by real estate market data firm Altos Research, Forbes Magazine presents America’s 10 most expensive ZIP codes. California and the New York Metro area dominate the list.

Alpine, NJ (07620) : $4,550,000

Atherton, CA (94027) : $4,295,000

Sagaponack, NY (11962) : $3.595,000

Hillsborough, CA (94010) : $3,499,000

Beverly Hills, CA (90210) : $3,469,891

New York, NY (10012) : $3,392,574

New York, NY (10013) : $3,317,962

Water Mill, NY (11976) : $3,300,000

Montecito, CA (93108) : $3,099,348

Old Westbury, NY (11568) : $3,095,000

In fact, of the top 50 most expensive ZIP codes, only 6 are located outside of California and New York regions. 3 are Colorado resort towns — Snowmass (81654), Aspen (81611) and Telluride (81435) — one is in Maryland, one is in Florida, and the last is in Washington State.

Chicago-suburb Kenilworth (60043) is the top-ranked Midwest ZIP code. It placed 86th overall.

The Forbes list may be interesting but, to home buyers or sellers in Mesa , it should not be the final word in home values. Real estate is a local market which means that — even within a given ZIP code — prices can vary based on street and neighborhood.

Look past general data and get specific. Talk to your real estate agent for local market pricing.

Thank you to Mark Taylor  for the information   you can reach  Mark@awesomerates.com

 Lisa Hanawalt

ABetter Realty.Net   480-655-0904   1-888-456-4097

 

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