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On July 1, 2015, http://www.HomeTownLocator.com (HTL), a leading online source of population, housing, income and other demographic data, updated its with new estimates for 1,764 Pennsylvania places including 1,015 incorporated places (954 boroughs, 57 cities, 3 municipalities and 1 town) and 749 census designated places (CDPs). Based on recent (July 1, 2015) estimates of average household income, HTL profiles Pennsylvania’s richest and poorest places.
RICHEST: FOX CHAPEL
The Borough of Fox Chapel in Allegheny County has the highest average household income in
Pennsylvania with an average estimated to be $247,926. Average Home Value in the Borough of Fox Chapel is $822,042. The Borough of Fox Chapel has a total population of 5,365 and 2,087 households. Average household size is 2.57 people. The vast majority of housing is Owner Occupied (79.2%) with just 5.1% of the housing units identified as vacant.
Here are the top five richest places in Pennsylvania based on HTL’s current average household income statistics.
1. Borough of Fox Chapel, Allegheny County, average household income of $247,926
2. Borough of Edgeworth, Allegheny County, average household income of $214,843
3. Woodside (Census Designated Place), Bucks County, average household income of $214,276
4. Borough of Sewickley Heights, Allegheny County, average household income of $209,477
5. Waverly (Census Designated Place), Lackawanna County, average household income of $200,603
The Borough of Wheatland in Mercer County has the lowest average household income in Pennsylvania with the average estimated to be $28,531. Average Home Value in the Borough of Wheatland is $63,384. The Borough of Wheatland has a population of 620 with 312 households. Average household size is 1.99. Owners occupy 54.2% of the housing units; renters occupy 31.2% while 14.5% of the housing units are vacant.
The following are the five poorest places in Pennsylvania based on 2015 average household income statistics.
1. Borough of Wheatland, Mercer County, average household income of $28,531
2. Borough of Renovo, Clinton County, average household income of $29,709
3. Borough of Rankin, Allegheny County, average household income of $31,106
4. Borough of Braddock, Allegheny County, average household income of $31,700
5. Borough of Mapleton, Huntington County, average household income of $32,904
See HTL blog postings on “Richest and Poorest Places” in other states, and posts on related topics such as diversity measures.
SOPHISTICATED DATA COMPILATION BASED ON RELIABLE SOURCES
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