Realtor’s Sales Dream #1: The Top 10 Zip Codes And Real Estate

Reuters.com published this deansguide article April 20, 2008
Chicago Sun Times published this deansguide article April 20, 2008

Realtors have many challenges in a down market like we are experiencing today. Even in the finest neighborhoods in America, the slow down can be felt. Yet one thing is certain-the higher the price point the higher the commission check. With that in mind, MikeLiebner.com presents a fun look at America’s best “Most Expensive Zip Codes and Real Estate 2006.” Mark’s stats come from Forbes.com. 2006 gives us a look at a market 2 years removed from the aberration we are experiencing now:

Top 10 (Counties) And Cities Median Price By Zip Code

1. 11962 Sagaponack (Suffolk), NY $2,787,500
2. 92067 Rancho Santa Fe (San Diego), CA $2,445,000
3. 92662 Newport Beach (Orange), CA $2,397,500
4. 94528 Diablo (Contra Costa), CA $2,266,00
5. 94957 Ross (Marin), CA $2,247,500
6. 11976 Water Mill (Suffolk), NY $2,150,000
7. 93108 Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara), CA $2,050,000
8. 90402 Santa Monica (Los Angeles), CA $2,005,000
9. 92661 Newport Beach (Orange), CA $1,996,500
10. 33109 Miami Beach (Miami-Dade), CA $1,942,500

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3 thoughts on “Realtor’s Sales Dream #1: The Top 10 Zip Codes And Real Estate

  1. Sergey,

    I would take the statistical analysis that was used for the list above and investigate how Hawaiian cities or islands rank.

    If you sell a area of Hawaii that has one of the highest per capita income levels within a zip code, like the list above, then I would provide that info to your readers.

    Simply look at the stats to see if there is a way you can leverage the information to show a strength in the area(s) you represent.

    dean

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