Fairfield County, Ct. has Highest Density of High Income Households.

The U.S. Census Bureau just released its report ‘The Geographic Concentration of High-Income Households: 2007-2011’ with the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut region having the highest concentration. The census report finds that 17.9% of households in the area have incomes in the top five percent nationwide which is above $191,469 per year.

San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California came in second with 15.9%

Washington-Arlington-Alexandra, DC-VA-MD-WV came in third with 14.1%.

On a state-by-state basis, Connecticut has the third highest concentration of the ultra-wealthy at 9.5 percent, behind Washington, D.C. at 11.4 percent and New Jersey at 9.8 percent.

Click here to read full article ‘Area has highest concentration of super-rich in US’

In Fairfield County the top three towns with the highest concentration of 5 percenters:

1 – Weston, with 51.4 percent of households bringing in more than $200K

2- Darien, with 48.96 percent of households bringing in more than $200K

3 – New Canaan, with 48.62 percent of households bringing in more than $200K

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David Popoff is a certified “Green” Realtor with William Pitt Sotheby’s in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut.

DMK Property Management llc a locally owned company serving lower Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Specializing in Residential Property Management that can custom tailor a program to fit the homeowners needs be it short term or long term from rental management to full estate management.

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