America’s Richest (and Poorest) Towns

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15. New Albany, Ohio
> Median household income: $196,030
> Median home value: $485,100
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 76.5%
> Poverty rate: 2.6%

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14. North Caldwell, New Jersey
> Median household income: $200,152
> Median home value: $716,300
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 70.5%
> Poverty rate: 2.3%

13. Loyola, California
> Median household income: $200,208
> Median home value: $1,961,700
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 84.0%
> Poverty rate: 1.6%

Source: Wikimedia Commons

12. Floris, Virginia
> Median household income: $204,073
> Median home value: $624,400
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 78.5%
> Poverty rate: 3.4%

11. The Village of Indian Hill, Ohio
> Median household income: $206,250
> Median home value: $925,600
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 89.4%
> Poverty rate: 1.2%