According to Niche’s reviews, the median household income in this city is approximately $90,000, which is higher than the national median income, but the cost of living is also higher, especially when it comes to housing prices.
The median home value is approximately $500,000 as opposed to the national median real estate value of $200,000. Rent prices are more reasonable - for example, you can rent an apartment for $1,400 per month, but keep in mind that 70% of the residents own their homes, so it might be hard to find a suitable apartment.
AreaVibes’ reviews show that the overall cost of living in this area is 49% higher than the national average. Goods and services, groceries, and health care have about 30% higher prices than average, and utilities are about 20% higher than the Washington average.