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    94618 here.

    http://www.city-data.com/zips/94618.html

    the home values (from 2000) are much, much higher now.



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    94618 here. http://www.city-data.com/zips/94618.html the home values (from 2000) are much, much higher now.
    Ours too (obviously). What I am trying to figure out is the disconnect between income level and home prices in my 'hood. We seem like a pretty irresponsible lot.
     
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    Is there civic unrest between these groups?

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    Tons.
     
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    Crap, I'd hate to be a 20 year old male in your neck of the woods.

    repping for the 10956 [​IMG]
    http://www.city-data.com/zips/10956.html



    Could this be a "sleeper cell"?

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    You guys make me feel all diverse: 20910 (so close to 90210)...
     
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    I'm frightened of you people knowing where I live.

    Doc Holliday, Ah know whar yew live, an' the Sheriff's a-comin' to git ya!

    http://www.city-data.com/zips/57732.html

    (note diversity)
     
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    Ours too (obviously). What I am trying to figure out is the disconnect between income level and home prices in my 'hood. We seem like a pretty irresponsible lot.
    there's a lot of renters in the downtown area, that probably brings the average down.
     
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    there's a lot of renters in the downtown area, that probably brings the average down.
    I never looked at the map of my zipcode before. I always thought it was just my small neighborhood.
     

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