Special Report

America's Richest (and Poorest) Towns

10. West University Place, Texas

West University Place, Texas
Source: Wikimedia Commons

> Median household income: $207,429
> Median home value: $815,700
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 88. %
> Poverty rate: 2.2%

 

9. Winnetka, Illinois

Winnetka, Illinois
Source: Wikimedia Commons

> Median household income: $207,540
> Median home value: $941,800
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 87.4%
> Poverty rate: 2.0%

8. Travilah, Maryland

Travilah, Maryland
Source: Wikimedia Commons

> Median household income: $208,421
> Median home value: 1,000,000+
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 76.5%
> Poverty rate: 4.8%

 

7. Floris, Virginia

> Median household income: $210,971
> Median home value: $613,900
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 78.9%
> Poverty rate: 3.3%

6. Piedmont, California

Piedmont, California
Source: Wikimedia Commons

> Median household income: $212,222
> Median home value: 1,000,000+
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 84. %
> Poverty rate: 4.7%

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