California Is Home to Nearly Half of the 15 Most Expensive Markets

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October 02, 2015

San Francisco and San Diego are common suspects on a list of expensive markets, but the Huffington Post reports that even more California cities are taking top spots on the list.

According to NerdWallet, the Golden State is now home to almost half of the 15 most expensive metro areas. On the list are San Jose, Oxnard, Riverside, and Stockton.

“Californian families on average could afford 1,258 square feet on an annual income of $89,762,” the article says. “Nationally, a median family annual income of $83,935 would buy a 2,327-square-foot home.”

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