It’s expensive to live here

The ten most expensive metro areas in the United States, including the median list price and the median household income to purchase a home.

  1. San José, CA – median list price: $1,467,000 – median household income required: $361,000
  2. Los Angeles, CA – median list price: $1,192,000 – median household income required: $298,000
  3. San Diego, CA – median list price: $1,050,000 – median household income required: $259,000
  4. San Francisco, CA – median list price: $1,027,000 – median household income required: $256,000
  5. Boston, MA – median list price: $870,000 – median household income required: $226,000
  6. New York, NY – median list price: $769,000 – median household income required: $218,000
  7. Seattle, WA – median list price: $725,000 – median household income required: $193,000
  8. Sacramento, CA – median list price: $650,000 – median household income required: $162,000
  9. Washington, DC – median list price: $625,000 – median household income required: $159,000
  10. Austin, TX – median list price: $567,000 – median household income required: $157,000

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