10 U.S. Cities Where Hispanics Are Doing the Best Economically

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Forbes recently published a list of the 10 cities where Hispanics seem to be doing the best economically according to median household income and home ownership rates. Not surprisingly, places in Florida and California made the list and Texas is home to several of the 10 cities. Nonetheless, Baltimore, MD came in strong up in the North East and Virginia also made its way to the list. Although the Hispanics in the nation’s capital have the highest median household income, they tend to have lower rates of home ownership. Check out all the stats below or see the original article here.

St. Louis, MI

Median Household Income: $50,570
Home Ownership Rate: 56.5%

Austin, TX

Median Household Income: $43,712
Home Ownership Rate: 44.6%

San Antonio, TX

Median Household Income: $42,377
Home Ownership Rate: 56.9%

Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

Median Household Income: $41,622
Home Ownership Rate: 50%

Virginia Beach, VA

Median Household Income: $50,197
Home Ownership Rate: 47.2%

Washington, DC

Median Household Income: $65,736
Home Ownership Rate: 45.4%

Houston, TX

Median Household Income: $43,020
Home Ownership Rate: 52.3%

Baltimore, MD

Median Household Income: $59,939
Home Ownership Rate: 47.5%

Riverside-San Bernardino, CA

Median Household Income:$47,196
Home Ownership Rate: 55.3%

Jacksonville, FL

Median Household Income: $50,171
Home Ownership Rate: 54.9%

 

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