4. Los Angeles, California
Almost 4 million residents live in Los Angeles, and the average income one household has is about $67,000. A cheap bargain if you ask us since the average household price is around $900,000.
That is 129% higher than the national average. It’s the same situation with mortgages and rent as well.
3. San Diego, California
San Diego has amazing beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and an unbelievable climate. Yes, everything is to die for, everything except for the average price for a house which is $905,000.
Almost 130% higher than the national average! It’s insane! And the median household income is around $85,000.
2. Brooklyn, New York
More than 2,5 million residents and the median household income stands at $66,000, but that’s not the crazy part. What’s outrageous is the average house price which is $1,250,000!
That is more than the national average by 218%.
1. Manhattan, New York
Manhattan falls in the first place because the average home price is at $2.4 million, which is 500% more than the U.S. average. The median household income is around $90,000.
Typical rent stands at $4,000.
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