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These Are the Most Expensive Zip Codes in 2018

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45. 94131
> Location: San Francisco, California
> Metro area: San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward
> Median sales price: $1,612,000
> Median household income: $119,924
> Households making $200,000+: 29.4%

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44. 90064
> Location: Los Angeles, California
> Metro area: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim
> Median sales price: $1,615,000
> Median household income: $92,194
> Households making $200,000+: 23.1%

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43. 10022
> Location: New York, New York
> Metro area: New York-Newark-Jersey City
> Median sales price: $1,620,000
> Median household income: $133,208
> Households making $200,000+: 35.3%

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42. 90405
> Location: Santa Monica, California
> Metro area: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim
> Median sales price: $1,627,750
> Median household income: $88,445
> Households making $200,000+: 18.4%

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41. 92014
> Location: Del Mar, California
> Metro area: San Diego-Carlsbad
> Median sales price: $1,640,000
> Median household income: $128,679
> Households making $200,000+: 34.5%

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