Yes, we’re back with Northern California places on the Forbes most expensive zip code list. As you get ready for Thanksgiving, one thing you can give thanks for this Thursday is that this all-time favorite series (if by “favorite” I actually mean “causes excited readers to fling household appliances”) only runs on Sundays. That means it’s at least another seven days until the next installment! If you missed the last ones, you’ll want to catch up RIGHT AWAY so you are completely up on every aspect:
- Top 50 Most Expensive Zip Codes, RBA Edition
- Next 50 Most Expensive Zip Codes, Almost-RBA Edition
- Third Tier Realty: Zips 101-200 or I have a feeling we’re not in the RBA Anymore
Also, beginning Friday will be Burbed’s Black Friday Sales! That’s where we scour the Real Bay Area in search of the best bargains out there for you. While you may not be able to afford the most expensive house in the most expensive zip codes, maybe you can afford one on the other extreme!
And now, the Top 100 of the Bottom 300 Most Expensive Zip Codes in the Country: This is Fourth Tier: Under a Million Median Means Middleclass Metroplex. Or the shorter version: Forbes screwed up again.
#212: Redwood City 94062
- Median Home Price: $998,975
- Median Price Change: -11.9% ⇓
- Average Days On Market:
- Rank in 2010: #185 (-27 spots ⇓)
- Most Expensive Home:
$3.6 Million$3.45 Million (610 Edgewood Road)
One of the few shared zips to survive Forbes and Altos Research’s data parsing, the most expensive zip in Redwood City is shared with tony Woodside, California. But you won’t find movers and shakers like Larry Ellison in Redwood City.
What you will find is this house, complete with Mawbul Kawlums, at a Woodside Price on a busy arterial that feeds I-280! The owners have been trying to sell it since 2009, no doubt because its neighborhood of “High School Acres” fails to evoke wealth, exclusivity, or prestige. Maybe they should rename it “Prep School Prospects” and see if that does the trick.
More exciting Zip Code ZAwesomeness after the break! More! More! More!