Geography / Forbes: 100 Most Expensive ZIP Codes

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Can you name the most expensive U.S. cities/towns by ZIP code or name as rated by Forbes Magazine?

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Rank and StateCity/Town (ZIP Code)Median Home Price
1. Florida$3.85 million
2. New Jersey$3.59 million
3. New Jersey$3 million
4. California$2.8 million
5. New York$2.72 million
6. California$2.7 million
7. California$2.7 million
8. New York$2.56 million
9. California$2.47 million
10. California$2.41 million
11. California$2.4 million
12. California$2.35 million
13. California$2.33 million
14. New York$2.2 million
15. Maryland$2.08 million
16. California$2 million
17. New York$1.95 million
18. Georgia$1.94 million
19. New York$1.9 million
20. New York$1.88 million
21. Illinois$1.85 million
22. New York$1.85 million
23. New Jersey$1.8 million
24. South Carolina$1.8 million
25. California$1.8 million
26. Connecticut$1.75 million
27. California$1.73 million
28. California$1.73 million
29. California$1.72 million
30. California$1.7 million
31. Connecticut$1.7 million
32. New York$1.67 million
33.California$1.66 million
34. Arizona$1.65 million
Rank and StateCity/Town (ZIP Code)Median Home Price
35. California$1.65 million
36. California$1.65 million
37. Massachusetts$1.65 million
38. New York$1.64 million
39. California$1.63 million
40. Colorado$1.6 million
41. Washington $1.6 million
42. California$1.58 million
43. California$1.58 million
44. New York$1.58 million
45. California$1.57 million
46. New York$1.55 million
47. California$1.55 million
48. California$1.55 million
49. California$1.55 million
50. Connecticut$1.53 million
51. California$1.5 million
52. California$1.48 million
53. New York$1.47 million
54. Hawaii$1.467 million
55. California$1.45 million
56. California$1.42 million
57. Connecticut$1.4 million
58. California$1.4 million
59. California$1.39 million
60. Colorado$1.375 million
61. Massachusetts$1.37 million
62. California$1.365 million
63. California$1.36 million
64. California$1.35 million
65. California$1.349 million
66. California$1.325 million
67. California$1.32 million
68. California$1.31 million
Rank and StateCity/Town (ZIP Code)Median Home Price
69. Connecticut$1.305 million
70. New York$1.301 million
71. Connecticut$1.3 million
72. New Jersey$1.3 million
73. New Jersey$1.3 million
74. New York$1.3 million
75. New York$1.3 million
76. New York$1.277 million
77. Hawaii$1.275 million
78. New Jersey$1.275 million
79. California$1.269 million
80. California$1.26 million
81. New Jersey$1.257 million
82. Massachusetts$1.255 million
83. Rhode Island$1.255 million
84. New York$1.252 million
85. California$1.25 million
86. Florida$1.25 million
87. California$1.243 million
88. South Carolina$1.238 million
89. New York$1.221 million
90. California$1.216 million
91. California$1.2 million
92. California$1.2 million
93. Florida$1.2 million
94. New York$1.2 million
95. California$1.197 million
96. California$1.194 million
97. New Jersey$1.175 million
98. Colorado$1.174 million
99. California$1.172 million
100. Connecticut$1.172 million

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