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Old 03-06-2012, 01:55 AM
 
Location: United States of America
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Originally Posted by bouncethelight View Post
Almost every town and city in Southern California has a mansion or two hidden away somewhere!

And all the bigger towns and small cities have parts that are more affluent. If there is a hospital, then you have doctors that need to live nearby. If you have a drugstore, then you probably have a pharmacist or two that want to live in town. If you have a court in the city, then you may have some lawyers. And if you have senior citizens, you can bet that a few of them have millions in the bank, and a house that reflects that fact.

I was driving around a small city in Riverside County today that is considered very low income, and I randomly turned up a little street that went up a hill, overlooking the city, and there were a dozen really nice houses up there. Never would have guessed it, driving by on the main road.

If you're really curious about where the wealthy areas are, you can start with Realtor.com - just do a search for any city you're curious about, and then sort the results by price - sometimes you can find some real surprises that way!
I prefer Redfin

Also, what small city were you talking about. Just curious.
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Old 03-06-2012, 11:44 AM
 
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What cities and towns would be considered affluent and wealthy areas in San Bernardino County??

Does such a place exist?
It depends on what do you consider affluent?
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:40 PM
 
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It depends on what do you consider affluent?
simple: RICH PEOPLE!!!!!!
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