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Old 12-10-2013, 12:23 PM
 
Location: North by Northwest
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I just checked up on all of the zipcodes first posted, as well as those not included, towns such as Newtown Square, Chadds Ford, Edgemont, Garnet Valley/Glen Mills are all over 100,000 for household income...Drexel Hill on the other hand and all neighborhoods associated with it are well below 100,000...So I do not know where some of these numbers came from.
The Aronimink/Pilgrim gardens numbers are probably from census tracts within the Drexel Hill zip code.
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Old 12-11-2013, 04:10 AM
 
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Like others said, maybe check some other sources.
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Old 01-22-2015, 02:50 PM
 
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A listing of median household income by Delaware County zip codes (some zip codes overlap different townships). The source is http://www.esri.com/data/esri_data/ziptapestry:


19013 Chester - $26K
19023 Darby - $39K
19079 Sharon Hill - $40K
19082 Upper Darby - $40K
19022 Crum Lynne - $40K
19029 Essington - $51K
19050 Lansdowne - $53K
19036 Glenolden - $53K
19018 Clifton Heights - $55K
19015 Brookhaven - $55K
19032 Folcroft - $56K
19094 Woodlyn - $56K
19061 Marcus Hook - $57K
19043 Holmes - $59K
19074 Norwood - $61K
19078 Ridley Park - $63K
19076 Prospect Park - $65K
19073 Folsom - $66K
19026 Drexel Hill - $66K
19070 Morton - $69K
19003 Ardmore - $77K
19014 Aston - $78K
19063 Media - $82K
19008 Broomall - $86K
19081 Swarthmore - $86K
19083 Havertown - $90K
19010 Bryn Mawr - $94K
19064 Springfield - $94K
19086 Wallingford - $102K
19073 Newtown Square - $108K
19342 Glen Mills - $109K
19041 Haverford - $109K
19087 Wayne - $109K
19060 Garnet Valley - $113K
19317 Chadds Ford - $121K
19319 Cheney - $133K
19373 Thornton - $156K
19085 Villanova - $191K

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Old 01-22-2015, 04:34 PM
 
Location: New York City
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A listing of median household income by Delaware County zip codes (some zip codes overlap different townships). The source is Esri ZIP Code Lookup | Demographics and Lifestyle by ZIP Code:


19013 Chester - $26K
19023 Darby - $39K
19079 Sharon Hill - $40K
19082 Upper Darby - $40K
19022 Crum Lynne - $40K
19029 Essington - $51K
19050 Lansdowne - $53K
19036 Glenolden - $53K
19018 Clifton Heights - $55K
19015 Brookhaven - $55K
19032 Folcroft - $56K
19094 Woodlyn - $56K
19061 Marcus Hook - $57K
19043 Holmes - $59K
19074 Norwood - $61K
19078 Ridley Park - $63K
19076 Prospect Park - $65K
19073 Folsom - $66K
19026 Drexel Hill - $66K
19070 Morton - $69K
19003 Ardmore - $77K
19014 Aston - $78K
19063 Media - $82K
19008 Broomall - $86K
19081 Swarthmore - $86K
19083 Havertown - $90K
19010 Bryn Mawr - $94K
19064 Springfield - $94K
19086 Wallingford - $102K
19073 Newtown Square - $108K
19342 Glen Mills - $109K
19041 Haverford - $109K
19087 Wayne - $109K
19060 Garnet Valley - $113K
19317 Chadds Ford - $121K
19319 Cheney - $133K
19373 Thornton - $156K
19085 Villanova - $191K

Old thread, but those are some impressive numbers toward the bottom. Most impressed with Garnet Valley actually, that area keeps going up and up. Also slightly surprised that Aston is right up there with some of the nicer burbs.
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Old 01-22-2015, 07:25 PM
 
Location: Villanova Pa.
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Old thread, but those are some impressive numbers toward the bottom. Most impressed with Garnet Valley actually, that area keeps going up and up. Also slightly surprised that Aston is right up there with some of the nicer burbs.
Garnet Valley Zip? Concord Township + Bethel Township?

Somebody is currently building a mega mansion in Bethel Township. It looks to be 10,000-15,000 sq ft. Rumors
are its one of the Phillies players.
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Old 01-22-2015, 08:16 PM
 
Location: New York City
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Garnet Valley Zip? Concord Township + Bethel Township?

Somebody is currently building a mega mansion in Bethel Township. It looks to be 10,000-15,000 sq ft. Rumors
are its one of the Phillies players.
Yes, I know Concord and Bethel are very nice, but the prestige and wealth in that area has skyrocketed over the past decade. Interesting, Ill look into that.
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Old 01-24-2015, 03:20 AM
 
Location: Drexel Hill/Lansdowne
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whoa....I seriously need to move out of Lansdowne and into Swarthmore.

just tell me how can I walk away from this house/underwater mortgage that I bought in 2007 (RIGHT before the real estate bubble burst)
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Old 01-24-2015, 08:41 PM
 
Location: New York City
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whoa....I seriously need to move out of Lansdowne and into Swarthmore.

just tell me how can I walk away from this house/underwater mortgage that I bought in 2007 (RIGHT before the real estate bubble burst)
Parts of Landsdowne are actually improving thanks to the more "walkable" areas as compared to some other nearby towns. The main issue holding Lansdowne back is the terrible school district.
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