Beverly Hills lost the title of most expensive suburbs in the U.S.

28.09.2010 12:10
The village of millionaires and Hollywood celebrities of Beverly Hills, California has lost the title of most expensive places on the U.S. map, according to Forbes magazine.

Palm in the annual ranking of most expensive zip codes, released Monday night, passed Suburb Duorti (Duarte) in California, the most prominent of which is considered a resident of the great jazz musician Glenn Miller, whose name is a local park.

The average cost of houses in this village is 4,3 million dollars. Beverly Hills moved into 6 th place with an average price of homes in 3.684 million dollars.

In the first ten of price tops the U.S. housing market - a respectable suburban compounds of California - Atherton, Rolling Hills, Belvedere, Santa Barbara, the most pretizhnye Manhattan - West Village, East Side, Central Park area, as well as the town of Alpine, New Jersey, which can be considered a suburb of New York.

More than half of the Fortune 500`s most expensive "mailbox" The U.S. accounts for California.

The crisis in the real estate market continued to drop the price level in the U.S. houses and apartments - so that the average cost of the top 500 for the year
lost in the price of 5% (-7% a year earlier).

Although nearly one-third of these elite residential areas in the past year has maintained its value, or even recorded growth.

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