What You Need to Earn to Live in The Cheapest and Priciest Metros

Posted on Sep 18 2017 - 2:16pm by Zoe Eisenberg
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Ever wonder how much bacon you need to bring in to live comfortably in some of our country's largest metros? HSH.com recently revealed the salaries needed to live in a median-priced home in 50 of the hottest areas of the US, and the numbers may surprise you. While the national average of median home prices cost $255,600, requiring a salary of just over $56,000, the salary difference between the least expensive and the most expensive is nearly $200,000 (!!).

Five Least Expensive Metros

  • Pittsburgh: $35,329.29
  • Cleveland: $36,553.26
  • Indianapolis: $37,429.34
  • Oklahoma City: $37,854.04
  • Memphis: $37,964.05

Five Most Expensive Metros

  • San Jose: $221,363.63
  • San Francisco: $181,341.49
  • San Diego: $116,875.11
  • Los Angeles: $101,531.66
  • New York City: $99,136.79

It's no real surprise that four of the five priciest metros are all in the state of California.

For full results from HSH, click here. 

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