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Old 04-22-2011, 11:02 AM
 
Location: New York City
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Looks like the Baltimore suburbs are more expensive but much much smaller 1/4 of the population of the Philadlephia suburban counties.

Suburban Counties of the 2 areas and their median household income. Both areas are well above average.

US household median income average- $50,740

Baltimore Suburban Counties- population (1,239,000)

Howard-$100,744 (273,000)
Anne Arundel - $80,158 population(512,000)
Carroll- $79,803 (169,000)
Queen Ann-$75,902(46,000)
Harford-$72,092 (239,000)


Philadephia Suburban Counties- population(4,579,000)

Chester(PA) $83,000 (486,000)
Montgomery(PA) $74,000 (776,000)
Burlington (NJ) $73,083 (447,000)
Bucks(PA) $70,688 (622,000)
Gloucester(NJ) $70,119 (286,000)
Mercer(NJ) $69,139 (365,000)
Delaware(PA) $60,699 (555,000)
New Castle(DE) $59,671 (528,000)
Camden(NJ) $58,541 (514,000)

These stats seem very dated, like from 1990 or 2000.
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Old 04-22-2011, 11:04 AM
 
Location: New York City
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Baltimore and philadelphia are my two favorite cities on the east coast, so i dont like to see them go against eachother, but philadelphia suburbs and city is overall significantly more expensive than Baltimore. There are of course exceptions, but as a whole it goes to philly, although these metros of these areas are similar because they are very established suburbs.
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