Washington State is expensive, especially Seattle and its surrounding areas. Between the cost of living, the income needed to purchase a home, and out-of-this-world expensive properties it’s no wonder we have some pricey zip codes. Here’s which Washington zip code just ranked among the US’ top 10 most expensive.
PropertyShark has released its annual list of the nation’s most expensive zip codes. Overall, they found that 86% of zip codes experienced increases and that 2022 median price changes ranged between +39% and -41%.
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The top 10 most expensive US zipcodes are as follows:
- Atherton, California (94027)
Median home sale price in 2022: $7,900,000
- Sagaponack, New York (11962)
Median home sale price in 2022: $5,750,000
- Ross, California (94957)
Median home sale price in 2022: $5,500,000
- Miami Beach, Florida (33109)
Median home sale price in 2022: $5,200,000
- Beverly Hills, California (90210)
Median home sale price in 2022: $5,122,000
- Medina, Washington (98039)
Median home sale price in 2022: $4,750,000
- Santa Monica, California (90402)
Median home sale price in 2022: $4,400,000
- Santa Barbara, California (93108)
Median home sale price in 2022: $4,300,000
- Newport Beach, California (92661)
Median home sale price in 2022: $4,293,000
- Rancho Santa Fe, California (92067)
Median home sale price in 2022: $4,275,000
Medina’s 98039 was the leading Washington zip once again, reaching its highest position yet as the #6 most expensive US zip code. It’s also worth noting that Bellevue’s 98004 came in #88 with a median sale price of $1.9 million – marking a new pricing record for the birthplace of Amazon.
Across the lake from Bellevue, Sammamish zip code 98075 was the fourth-priciest zip code in the Pacific Northwest with a $1,869,000 median sale price.
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