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List of 100 most expensive zip codes in US includes seven from SF

A new study by real estate company PropertyShark reports that seven of the top 100 most expensive zip codes in the nation are in San Francisco.

Zip code 94123 in the Marina District is the most expensive zip code in The City, with home prices averaging $2,210,000. It ranks 24th nationwide.

94118 is close behind, at number 34 on the nationwide list. That zip code incorporates Laurel Heights, Presidio Heights and the Inner Richmond. Home prices in this zip code average $1,860,000.

Runners-up include 94114 (the Castro and Noe Valley), 94108 (Union Square and part of Nob Hill), 94127 (West Portal), 94117 (Haight Ashbury and Lower Haight), and 94131 (Glen Park and Twin Peaks).

As for the priciest zip code in the entire nation: Sagaponack NY won that the honor, with homes in zip code 11962 averaging $5.5 million.

The list was curated by studying residential transactions from 2016, which included condos, co-ops, and single family homes.Housing Marketreal estatezip codes

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