The Safest Cities in America: The Cost of Crime in Our Communities

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Safety has taken on new significance in 2020, amid record infections and deaths from COVID-19 and a summer of intense and pervasive social protests over police brutality and structural racism.

Despite progress overall, crime still impacts America’s communities. Crime and safety are intertwined with prosperity, income and economic opportunity. Crime is costly to individual victims, perpetrators, communities and society at large.

MoneyGeek analyzed crime statistics and applied research findings to estimate the cost of crime in over 300 cities across the United States. We found the safest and most dangerous cities in America and estimated the societal cost of crime in these cities to be $176 billion in 2019.

Safety and the Cost of Crime

The direct economic costs of crime to individuals and society include medical and mental health care needs of victims, damage to and loss of property and police and corrections costs. Aside from the imminent danger of crime, people living in higher crime areas see depressed home values and pay higher prices for crucial needs, including home, renters and auto insurance.

To assess the safest cities, MoneyGeek analyzed crime data, including violent crimes such as murder, rape and aggravated assault and property crimes such as home burglary and motor vehicle theft. MoneyGeek calculated each city's cost of crime and ranked the cities based on the cost of crime per capita. Additionally, researchers have quantified how much more violent crimes cost a community than property crimes.

While perceptions of safety are vital, crime statistics do not capture any city or community's whole story.

"Behind all these averages that people like to cite about the crime rates in different communities are individual people and their decisions about how they choose to engage in their community," says Jesse Bruhn, Annenberg assistant professor of education and economics at Brown University who researches education issues and inner-city gang violence. "There's a lot more heterogeneity in these patterns that we just can't measure."

Despite genuine threats, Bruhn says, it may be surprising how safe people can feel in neighborhoods with high crime rates.

The Safest Cities in America

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We ranked 303 cities with populations over 100,000 people from most to least safe in this analysis. The following summaries show the safest cities overall, the safest large cities, and the most dangerous cities from the analysis and their total cost of crime. The full data set including the city's population, cost of crime, and crime rates by type of crime are included at the end of this study.

There's an ongoing stereotype that larger cities are more dangerous. While no larger cities (population of 300,000 or more) made the overall safest list, fewer than half of the 15 least-safe cities in the U.S. were large cities. Four of the cities that are least safe also rank in the top 15 best cities to buy a home during the COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting that even cities that are not among the safest places to live can be attractive markets for homeowners.

20 Safest Cities in America

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  • City
    Crime Cost per Capita
  • 1.
    Arlington, VA
    $132
  • 2.
    Thousand Oaks, CA
    $163
  • 3.
    Allen, TX
    $176
  • 4.
    Cary, NC
    $185
  • 5.
    Irvine, CA
    $194

15 Safest Large Cities

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  • City
    Crime Cost per Capita
  • 1.
    Raleigh, NC
    $531
  • 2.
    Henderson, NV
    $601
  • 3.
    Anaheim, CA
    $752
  • 4.
    Honolulu, HI
    $784
  • 5.
    Mesa, AZ
    $830

15 Most Dangerous Cities

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  • City
    Crime Cost per Capita
  • 1.
    St. Louis, MO
    $9,334
  • 2.
    Baltimore, MD
    $8,179
  • 3.
    Detroit, MI
    $7,080
  • 4.
    Jackson, MS
    $5,875
  • 5.
    Memphis, TN
    $5,637

Mass Shootings

Mass shootings are a particular scourge on American life. According to Gun Violence Archive, which defines mass shootings as any single incident in which four or more people are shot, there were 417 mass shootings in 2019 and 588 as of December 2020.

Mass shooting events are included in the safest and most dangerous cities rankings. Though they are relatively rare, we did not adjust our rankings for these events. The emotional impact of mass shootings is incalculable, traumatizing families and entire communities. To quantify the economic impact; however, MoneyGeek calculated the total cost of mass shootings in 2019 to be $5.7 billion, which is 3% of the total cost of crime in the cities included in this analysis.

El Paso and Virginia Beach had the two largest mass shooting events in terms of social cost in our study, yet they still made the safest large cities list. El Paso's Walmart shooting represented 30% of El Paso's social cost of crime this last year. That one mass shooting event increased El Paso's cost of crime by 42%. Despite these horrific events, these cities remain relatively safe.

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  • Location
    Societal Cost
  • 1.
    El Paso, Texas
    $236,146,998
  • 2.
    Virginia Beach, Virginia
    $138,256,045
  • 3.
    Dayton, Ohio
    $109,370,877
  • 4.
    Odessa and Midland, Texas
    $87,925,921
  • 5.
    Aurora, Illinois
    $64,334,868

Expert Panel: The Impact of Crime on Communities

Though the relationship between crime rates and poverty levels is well established, experts caution against oversimplifying the relationship between socioeconomic indicators and real or perceived safety in communities.

"We live in an unequal society," said Geoffrey T. Dancy, associate professor of political science at Tulane University. "One often overlooked indicator of that inequality is who gets to engage in the politics of safety. Those who are objectively safe often fear crime and act on it in the counterproductive policies they support. Those who are actually victimized by crime and terrorized by gun violence pay the price and are rarely heard."

  1. How do you define safety in a city or community? Are there factors beyond crime rates?
  2. How does the correlation between crime rates and income factor in our assessment of the safety of communities? Should it?
  3. What role do social unrest, protests over structural racism, the Black Lives Matter movement or calls to defund police play into safety perceptions? How about in the actual safety of a city or community?
  4. How does crime impact a community's economic well-being? How about individual wealth?
  5. What programs, strategies or interventions have been shown to reduce crime or improve real or perceived safety in communities?
Jesse Bruhn
Jesse Bruhn

Assistant Professor of Economics at Brown University

Angela P. Christiana
Angela P. Christiana

Massachusetts Chapter Leader, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

Geoffrey T. Dancy
Geoffrey T. Dancy

Associate Professor of Political Science

Megan Ranney
Megan Ranney

Emergency Physician and Researcher

Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.
Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.

Owner of CrimeInAmerica.net

Methodology

To rank the safest cities in the United States, MoneyGeek started with standardized crime statistics reported to the FBI. The population of each city was added to the analysis to determine crime rates per 100,000 people, and this information was also accessed via data provided by the FBI. When cities with more than 200,000 people did not have data available in the FBI dataset, MoneyGeek conducted individualized research on standardized crime statistics for each specific city.

To determine the cost of crime to society, MoneyGeek relied on research by professors Kathryn McCollister and Michael French of the University of Miami and Hai Fang of the University of Colorado, Denver. We then integrated their findings into the broader dataset to better understand the societal cost of crime within individual cities. Lastly, MoneyGeek used data provided via Wikipedia on the number and nature of mass shootings in the United States in 2019.

Full Data Set

City
Safest Cities Rank
Crime Cost per Capita
Violent Crime Rate
Property Crime Rate
Cost of Crime ($000s)
Population

Arlington, VA

1

$132

25.7

181.9

$31,325

237,521

Thousand Oaks, CA

2

$163

68.9

1,089.10

$20,803

127,811

Allen, TX

3

$176

83

1,089.10

$18,628

105,961

Cary, NC

4

$185

66.1

904.2

$31,956

172,525

Irvine, CA

5

$194

64.2

1,306.20

$56,673

292,673

Sterling Heights, MI

6

$222

125.2

854.7

$29,616

133,377

Frisco, TX

7

$237

80.2

1,198.30

$47,342

199,445

Gilbert, AZ

8

$240

96.6

1,202.60

$60,952

253,619

Simi Valley, CA

9

$278

115.9

942.7

$35,042

126,025

Edison Township, NJ

10

$279

83.8

1,367.10

$28,001

100,282

Broken Arrow, OK

11

$304

124.9

1,789.50

$33,598

110,480

Lakewood Township, NJ

12

$310

140.4

915.5

$32,665

105,403

Santa Clarita, CA

13

$315

127

944

$68,650

218,103

Bend, OR

14

$318

153.1

1,907.80

$31,938

100,588

McAllen, TX

15

$318

96.6

2,480.80

$46,115

144,915

Sunnyvale, CA

16

$326

167.2

2,182.60

$50,554

154,859

Elk Grove, CA

17

$327

212

1,481.00

$57,327

175,492

Fremont, CA

18

$332

166.1

1,877.60

$80,095

240,887

Sandy Springs, GA

19

$342

129.1

1,780.40

$37,843

110,760

Temecula, CA

20

$358

142.3

2,251.60

$41,708

116,630

Provo, UT

21

$362

115.2

1,507.80

$42,481

117,189

Bellevue, WA

22

$363

123.2

2,838.20

$54,569

150,200

Daly City, CA

23

$364

215.3

1,733.70

$39,200

107,748

McKinney, TX

24

$370

143.1

993.4

$74,192

200,615

Amherst Town, NY

25

$379

116.7

1,522.40

$45,845

120,864

Santa Clara, CA

26

$390

163.1

3,619.60

$51,178

131,173

Plano, TX

27

$396

147.8

1,683.10

$115,471

291,611

Elgin, IL

28

$420

198.9

1,274.60

$47,110

112,112

Alexandria, VA

29

$422

177.5

1,551.20

$68,453

162,258

Woodbridge Township, NJ

30

$423

110.9

1,411.20

$42,308

100,125

Clovis, CA

31

$426

212.8

1,993.50

$48,655

114,170

Murrieta, CA

32

$439

66.1

1,298.80

$51,085

116,413

Coral Springs, FL

33

$439

144.5

1,710.80

$59,296

134,967

Burbank, CA

34

$440

182.2

2,522.70

$45,681

103,738

Pearland, TX

35

$446

89.5

1,641.00

$56,329

126,206

Orange, CA

36

$456

128.7

1,561.90

$63,752

139,830

College Station, TX

37

$459

188.7

1,759.40

$54,778

119,246

Huntington Beach, CA

38

$464

191.2

2,053.10

$93,660

201,843

Fort Collins, CO

39

$466

217.1

2,172.80

$79,652

170,889

Glendale, CA

40

$467

114

1,631.30

$94,611

202,601

Round Rock, TX

41

$467

124.3

1,683.70

$61,994

132,747

Scottsdale, AZ

42

$471

159.3

1,957.70

$122,647

260,464

Cape Coral, FL

43

$474

116.4

1,120.60

$92,062

194,183

Hillsboro, OR

44

$487

247.9

1,957.50

$53,878

110,549

Clinton Township, MI

45

$494

294.2

1,352.30

$50,030

101,308

Surprise, AZ

46

$502

97.9

1,477.70

$70,806

140,962

Cambridge, MA

47

$511

278.5

1,653.80

$61,277

119,908

West Jordan, UT

48

$515

224.4

2,171.80

$60,592

117,644

Rochester, MN

49

$516

214.8

1,881.30

$61,051

118,267

Costa Mesa, CA

50

$524

273.6

3,278.50

$59,817

114,047

Beaverton, OR

51

$531

216.7

1,985.40

$53,133

100,130

Raleigh, NC

52

$531

255.7

1,783.10

$253,945

477,828

Torrance, CA

53

$537

192.9

1,965.10

$77,925

145,183

Arvada, CO

54

$537

217.5

2,977.60

$65,717

122,312

Miramar, FL

55

$563

216.3

1,358.40

$80,744

143,334

League City, TX

56

$567

110.6

1,359.20

$62,045

109,401

El Monte, CA

57

$579

262.5

1,542.80

$67,073

115,830

Chula Vista, CA

58

$580

328.5

1,386.50

$159,569

275,230

Corona, CA

59

$581

170.3

2,037.70

$99,274

170,875

Henderson, NV

60

$601

170.9

1,748.00

$191,038

317,732

Hialeah, FL

61

$604

209

2,032.90

$145,316

240,688

Chandler, AZ

62

$607

228.2

2,070.90

$157,630

259,881

Port St. Lucie, FL

63

$611

146.9

850.4

$121,845

199,433

Irving, TX

64

$612

251.4

2,437.40

$150,114

245,423

Boulder, CO

65

$612

256.2

3,026.20

$66,435

108,519

Lewisville, TX

66

$614

221.3

1,967.60

$66,305

108,000

Richardson, TX

67

$618

143.7

1,839.50

$76,556

123,893

Roseville, CA

68

$627

182.7

2,225.10

$88,891

141,744

Davie, FL

69

$636

254.4

2,577.30

$69,003

108,486

Fullerton, CA

70

$640

266.1

2,251.90

$89,732

140,194

Grand Prairie, TX

71

$642

217.3

2,101.80

$126,462

196,971

Ann Arbor, MI

72

$645

251.4

1,728.30

$79,294

122,893

Cedar Rapids, IA

73

$650

257.4

3,335.60

$87,051

134,007

San Mateo, CA

74

$651

250.9

2,091.10

$68,970

106,020

Carlsbad, CA

75

$652

204.7

1,821.40

$76,389

117,220

Salem, OR

76

$654

381

3,689.20

$115,073

175,867

Peoria, AZ

77

$660

233.1

1,874.90

$115,194

174,571

Brownsville, TX

78

$662

420.8

2,468.80

$122,168

184,418

Laredo, TX

79

$662

315.6

1,771.10

$175,506

264,916

Boca Raton, FL

80

$664

183.9

2,157.90

$67,152

101,163

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

81

$680

278.9

1,928.10

$121,961

179,247

Olathe, KS

82

$683

205.1

1,134.60

$96,548

141,371

Tyler, TX

83

$691

375.3

3,000.40

$73,881

106,851

Meridian, ID

84

$694

159.2

1,068.40

$77,201

111,196

Thornton, CO

85

$696

272.9

3,026.70

$98,988

142,168

Stamford, CT

86

$711

202

1,379.70

$92,861

130,678

Boise, ID

87

$714

280.6

1,579.20

$165,144

231,314

Vista, CA

88

$719

346.3

1,406.70

$73,451

102,227

Denton, TX

89

$719

233.9

1,883.50

$101,792

141,492

Spokane Valley, WA

90

$721

308

4,421.50

$72,779

100,983

Westminster, CO

91

$747

276.2

3,245.90

$85,500

114,392

Madison, WI

92

$750

359.8

2,474.10

$196,065

261,270

Anaheim, CA

93

$752

316.5

2,333.30

$265,968

353,915

Yonkers, NY

94

$756

353.9

912.7

$151,351

200,075

Berkeley, CA

95

$769

503.3

5,095.00

$94,456

122,788

Pembroke Pines, FL

96

$775

203.3

1,914.80

$135,278

174,641

Honolulu, HI

97

$784

270.6

3,001.60

$764,577

974,902

Escondido, CA

98

$791

349.8

1,548.80

$121,246

153,215

Fontana, CA

99

$809

342.3

1,433.20

$174,576

215,883

Concord, CA

100

$824

414.2

3,491.20

$107,687

130,615

Greeley, CO

101

$825

353.3

2,326.70

$90,129

109,255

Mesa, AZ

102

$830

376.9

1,868.70

$429,827

518,160

Garden Grove, CA

103

$832

292.2

2,261.70

$143,727

172,832

Sparks, NV

104

$835

424.5

2,288.50

$88,560

106,010

Renton, WA

105

$836

314.2

4,042.50

$86,533

103,452

Eugene, OR

106

$844

389.8

3,570.80

$146,091

173,183

Clearwater, FL

107

$846

399.3

2,392.30

$99,391

117,458

Downey, CA

108

$853

313.4

2,201.50

$95,824

112,330

Vacaville, CA

109

$856

327.2

2,414.30

$86,605

101,147

Oceanside, CA

110

$878

402

2,109.20

$155,523

177,129

Lowell, MA

111

$878

363.5

1,482.60

$97,874

111,423

Hayward, CA

112

$879

341.6

3,023.70

$142,067

161,588

Norman, OK

113

$894

267.8

2,612.00

$111,866

125,076

Pasadena, CA

114

$926

432

2,019.50

$131,434

141,913

San Diego, CA

115

$927

361.7

1,882.50

$1,337,109

1,441,737

Lincoln, NE

116

$934

383

2,750.70

$272,054

291,128

Inglewood, CA

117

$939

613.4

2,121.80

$102,713

109,386

Virginia Beach, VA

118

$946

129.4

1,760.70

$424,663

449,038

Ventura, CA

119

$947

410.4

2,660.50

$105,731

111,596

Santa Rosa, CA

120

$952

481.8

1,615.70

$169,326

177,884

West Covina, CA

121

$971

244.5

2,227.90

$103,234

106,335

Kent, WA

122

$1,001

371

3,969.40

$131,104

131,003

El Cajon, CA

123

$1,009

532.4

1,973.30

$104,620

103,686

Murfreesboro, TN

124

$1,012

418.7

2,897.30

$147,700

145,929

Aurora, IL

125

$1,020

258.3

1,008.10

$203,718

199,784

Garland, TX

126

$1,020

302.1

2,583.50

$249,236

244,277

Chesapeake, VA

127

$1,021

456.3

2,273.50

$248,751

243,726

Waterbury, CT

128

$1,039

301.5

3,026.60

$112,045

107,812

San Jose, CA

129

$1,044

438.4

2,419.60

$1,085,611

1,040,008

Billings, MT

130

$1,047

609.8

4,082.70

$115,370

110,198

Norwalk, CA

131

$1,047

411.2

1,495.20

$110,010

105,067

Jurupa Valley, CA

132

$1,049

287.9

2,265.00

$115,509

110,111

Kenosha, WI

133

$1,052

310.2

1,578.00

$105,426

100,255

Austin, TX

134

$1,052

400.9

3,710.50

$1,037,511

986,062

Fairfield, CA

135

$1,063

373.4

3,194.70

$125,845

118,383

Vancouver, WA

136

$1,065

480.5

3,241.60

$196,978

185,034

Visalia, CA

137

$1,071

434.2

2,889.70

$144,556

134,961

Santa Ana, CA

138

$1,076

435.5

2,040.40

$358,954

333,664

Sioux Falls, SD

139

$1,076

483.2

3,045.30

$199,803

185,628

Gresham, OR

140

$1,097

442.7

3,109.50

$121,446

110,692

Wichita Falls, TX

141

$1,098

348.2

3,044.40

$114,762

104,551

Green Bay, WI

142

$1,103

503.8

1,642.00

$115,846

104,992

Palmdale, CA

143

$1,113

418.7

1,419.10

$174,939

157,138

New York, NY

144

$1,120

570.7

1,459.60

$9,382,100

8,379,043

Oxnard, CA

145

$1,142

342.6

2,007.10

$241,284

211,349

Hollywood, FL

146

$1,155

291.1

2,655.10

$180,972

156,643

Ontario, CA

147

$1,159

359.5

2,340.10

$212,535

183,322

Edinburg, TX

148

$1,164

278.5

2,932.70

$117,489

100,896

Everett, WA

149

$1,166

303.6

3,553.80

$130,924

112,302

El Paso, TX

150

$1,167

352.7

1,511.10

$801,793

686,793

Abilene, TX

151

$1,180

370.4

2,516.50

$145,890

123,665

Mesquite, TX

152

$1,182

478.8

3,632.30

$169,188

143,078

Allentown, PA

153

$1,193

386.5

2,283.00

$145,337

121,855

San Angelo, TX

154

$1,194

353.2

3,139.30

$120,713

101,072

Davenport, IA

155

$1,206

594.8

3,826.50

$123,436

102,392

Jersey City, NJ

156

$1,207

522.7

1,903.90

$321,782

266,508

Charleston, SC

157

$1,215

373.2

2,259.60

$167,964

138,254

Lakeland, FL

158

$1,218

311.8

2,877.80

$136,714

112,237

Tempe, AZ

159

$1,229

452.4

3,776.10

$241,565

196,499

Arlington, TX

160

$1,234

510.8

2,806.60

$496,493

402,304

Fargo, ND

161

$1,249

450.5

3,121.90

$159,153

127,423

Glendale, AZ

162

$1,278

339.8

3,182.90

$324,578

253,951

Gainesville, FL

163

$1,280

687

3,488.20

$172,957

135,085

Salinas, CA

164

$1,281

498.3

2,250.50

$201,010

156,943

Riverside, CA

165

$1,304

505.9

2,937.60

$434,450

333,260

Palm Bay, FL

166

$1,308

342.8

1,714.90

$151,122

115,520

Seattle, WA

167

$1,324

585.4

4,495.60

$1,010,948

763,706

Moreno Valley, CA

168

$1,329

401.5

2,623.00

$280,447

210,979

Grand Rapids, MI

169

$1,339

637.3

1,907.80

$270,286

201,799

Reno, NV

170

$1,355

557.9

2,101.10

$344,525

254,349

Lexington, KY

171

$1,374

296.6

2,998.10

$448,052

326,070

Pasadena, TX

172

$1,375

545.9

2,512.20

$211,268

153,689

Warren, MI

173

$1,400

481.2

1,830.60

$188,548

134,653

San Francisco, CA

174

$1,401

669.6

5,505.60

$1,241,276

886,007

Tampa, FL

175

$1,402

405

1,628.70

$561,686

400,501

Las Vegas, NV

176

$1,412

531.2

2,771.60

$2,354,292

1,666,803

Boston, MA

177

$1,416

607.2

1,758.80

$989,744

698,941

Manchester, NH

178

$1,431

600.6

2,372.10

$161,547

112,895

Portland, OR

179

$1,443

544.6

5,203.30

$955,170

662,114

Victorville, CA

180

$1,475

802.7

1,845.00

$181,507

123,089

Long Beach, CA

181

$1,487

506.2

2,414.00

$695,962

467,974

Elizabeth, NJ

182

$1,497

719.2

3,027.50

$192,733

128,753

Fort Worth, TX

183

$1,509

444.5

2,688.40

$1,380,649

915,237

Columbia, MO

184

$1,511

320.8

2,594.00

$188,939

125,017

Colorado Springs, CO

185

$1,530

585

3,666.60

$733,996

479,648

Wilmington, NC

186

$1,530

608.4

2,880.20

$190,926

124,750

Spokane, WA

187

$1,536

689.6

5,919.30

$338,563

220,432

Providence, RI

188

$1,536

496.2

3,011.20

$276,116

179,762

Pueblo, CO

189

$1,548

530.3

4,272.10

$174,007

112,381

Omaha, NE

190

$1,550

612.8

3,643.90

$729,118

470,481

Sacramento, CA

191

$1,567

627.1

3,182.10

$805,267

513,934

St. Petersburg, FL

192

$1,578

595.5

3,209.60

$422,361

267,696

Worcester, MA

193

$1,588

629.9

2,050.30

$293,678

184,945

Fort Wayne, IN

194

$1,597

361.6

2,760.90

$430,062

269,366

Lancaster, CA

195

$1,609

852.9

2,100.00

$256,417

159,335

Killeen, TX

196

$1,628

384

2,260.40

$247,122

151,832

Los Angeles, CA

197

$1,647

732.2

2,383.30

$6,614,814

4,015,546

Independence, MO

198

$1,665

589.2

4,654.90

$194,640

116,931

Bakersfield, CA

199

$1,672

455.1

4,141.90

$648,966

388,080

Waco, TX

200

$1,672

571.2

3,288.10

$233,927

139,870

Rialto, CA

201

$1,677

572.3

3,028.90

$174,362

103,965

Hampton, VA

202

$1,682

295.1

2,999.10

$223,951

133,173

Pomona, CA

203

$1,714

615.3

2,754.40

$261,859

152,776

Fresno, CA

204

$1,717

560.7

3,327.10

$910,260

530,073

Columbus, OH

205

$1,766

503.4

3,308.00

$1,600,205

906,120

Modesto, CA

206

$1,785

811.9

3,317.10

$386,434

216,542

Miami, FL

207

$1,808

593.1

3,667.80

$868,780

480,505

Des Moines, IA

208

$1,814

712

4,090.50

$396,068

218,384

Tucson, AZ

209

$1,818

688.4

3,272.00

$996,762

548,374

Pompano Beach, FL

210

$1,846

792.7

3,767.10

$209,566

113,536

Clarksville, TN

211

$1,846

578.8

2,791.90

$295,351

159,996

Phoenix, AZ

212

$1,850

698.9

3,314.60

$3,123,633

1,688,722

St. Paul, MN

213

$1,884

564.7

3,612.40

$584,596

310,263

Las Cruces, NM

214

$1,890

496.5

3,581.00

$195,661

103,520

San Antonio, TX

215

$1,909

708.5

4,324.20

$2,976,582

1,559,166

Salt Lake City, UT

216

$1,913

712.4

5,657.40

$387,238

202,426

North Las Vegas, NV

217

$1,919

863.7

2,035.60

$479,465

249,854

Antioch, CA

218

$1,938

575.3

2,840.00

$218,258

112,641

Aurora, CO

219

$1,939

735.4

2,918.00

$738,148

380,600

Amarillo, TX

220

$1,951

719.8

3,897.30

$392,254

201,036

Bridgeport, CT

221

$1,954

581.7

1,701.10

$283,157

144,908

Pittsburgh, PA

222

$1,962

519.9

2,607.60

$590,641

301,038

Lubbock, TX

223

$1,966

1,008.10

4,606.30

$509,599

259,208

Lafayette, LA

224

$1,978

524.1

4,304.90

$250,662

126,694

Joliet, IL

225

$1,994

506.9

1,457.90

$295,391

148,155

Evansville, IN

226

$1,994

612.6

4,177.60

$234,670

117,700

West Valley, UT

227

$2,022

699.4

3,189.40

$277,545

137,269

Springfield, IL

228

$2,051

777.1

4,440.80

$234,640

114,393

Orlando, FL

229

$2,054

738.4

4,826.80

$600,007

292,120

Tacoma, WA

230

$2,110

845.2

5,220.70

$461,400

218,650

Fort Lauderdale, FL

231

$2,120

594.3

4,915.40

$391,618

184,765

Denver, CO

232

$2,173

748.9

3,743.50

$1,583,767

728,941

Charlotte, NC

233

$2,182

739.4

3,925.80

$2,060,802

944,260

Corpus Christi, TX

234

$2,188

794.4

3,445.60

$720,594

329,320

Topeka, KS

235

$2,226

712.3

4,990.60

$279,693

125,655

Tallahassee, FL

236

$2,230

696.6

3,978.90

$435,051

195,104

New Haven, CT

237

$2,262

895.1

3,799.40

$295,231

130,494

Newport News, VA

238

$2,287

595.5

2,528.80

$405,493

177,319

Knoxville, TN

239

$2,338

667.3

4,350.00

$441,190

188,666

Vallejo, CA

240

$2,372

845.4

4,028.30

$290,975

122,657

Winston-Salem, NC

241

$2,377

972.7

4,875.90

$585,484

246,334

Oklahoma City, OK

242

$2,384

722.2

4,091.60

$1,568,245

657,890

Paterson, NJ

243

$2,387

841.5

2,162.00

$345,790

144,866

Durham, NC

244

$2,407

730

3,807.60

$674,737

280,282

Norfolk, VA

245

$2,415

545.7

3,461.50

$586,339

242,813

Jacksonville, FL

246

$2,473

647.4

3,309.50

$2,248,618

909,142

Fayetteville, NC

247

$2,475

875.4

3,526.00

$518,741

209,614

Louisville, KY

248

$2,491

686.9

3,891.50

$1,682,741

675,501

Minneapolis, MN

249

$2,499

925.7

4,517.00

$1,076,970

431,016

Springfield, MA

250

$2,558

905.3

2,595.50

$394,686

154,306

Syracuse, NY

251

$2,567

792.6

3,134.00

$365,589

142,438

Houston, TX

252

$2,616

1,072.20

4,319.50

$6,161,235

2,355,606

Toledo, OH

253

$2,638

952.1

3,462.50

$721,457

273,505

West Palm Beach, FL

254

$2,649

761.5

3,751.00

$298,790

112,798

Greensboro, NC

255

$2,653

818.7

3,689.00

$790,553

298,025

Rockford, IL

256

$2,661

1,174.20

3,327.00

$387,755

145,719

Dallas, TX

257

$2,682

862.9

3,321.30

$3,656,123

1,363,295

Odessa, TX

258

$2,684

1,038.30

2,935.20

$331,408

123,468

Lansing, MI

259

$2,687

1,103.80

2,820.40

$319,645

118,953

Nashville, TN

260

$2,719

1,073.10

4,041.10

$1,869,139

687,361

Wichita, KS

261

$2,734

1,141.00

5,321.70

$1,066,487

390,080

Rochester, NY

262

$2,736

748.4

3,470.90

$562,969

205,769

Akron, OH

263

$2,776

900.5

3,319.10

$549,291

197,882

Richmond, CA

264

$2,793

931.6

3,773.40

$309,950

110,988

High Point, NC

265

$2,836

730.8

3,288.40

$321,333

113,307

Hartford, CT

266

$2,919

858.1

2,800.90

$356,795

122,245

Newark, NJ

267

$2,921

619

1,641.00

$821,981

281,422

Stockton, CA

268

$2,942

1,396.70

3,943.50

$922,570

313,604

Tulsa, OK

269

$3,004

986.8

5,311.40

$1,206,808

401,700

Atlanta, GA

270

$3,026

678.2

4,363.00

$1,507,402

498,073

Anchorage, AK

271

$3,110

1,244.60

4,261.30

$894,912

287,731

Beaumont, TX

272

$3,123

1,046.70

3,615.80

$370,275

118,562

Chicago, IL

273

$3,136

943.2

2,982.60

$8,489,955

2,707,064

Richmond, VA

274

$3,176

462.9

3,499.50

$732,726

230,721

Buffalo, NY

275

$3,190

990.7

3,245.40

$815,666

255,686

Shreveport, LA

276

$3,194

779.5

4,899.30

$598,994

187,556

Springfield, MO

277

$3,238

1,519.20

7,792.70

$548,028

169,235

South Bend, IN

278

$3,257

1,331.10

4,214.10

$332,030

101,944

Miami Gardens, FL

279

$3,386

739.1

3,788.70

$385,255

113,786

Milwaukee, WI

280

$3,445

1,332.50

2,554.80

$2,035,897

590,923

Cincinnati, OH

281

$3,450

844.6

4,302.50

$1,046,593

303,335

Albuquerque, NM

282

$3,453

1,351.80

4,637.50

$1,940,295

561,920

Philadelphia, PA

283

$3,499

953.1

3,157.70

$5,542,792

1,584,138

Oakland, CA

284

$3,507

1,271.80

6,420.70

$1,522,108

434,036

Columbia, SC

285

$3,526

775.1

5,252.30

$471,719

133,790

Chattanooga, TN

286

$3,622

1,070.10

5,557.40

$658,736

181,848

Indianapolis, IN

287

$3,646

1,267.50

4,164.60

$3,150,405

864,131

Washington, DC

288

$3,731

977.1

4,245.80

$2,633,292

705,749

Peoria, IL

289

$3,799

1,043.70

3,749.30

$421,470

110,955

North Charleston, SC

290

$3,917

966.1

6,019.30

$451,731

115,312

San Bernardino, CA

291

$3,959

1,318.80

4,190.30

$857,943

216,715

Little Rock, AR

292

$4,268

1,516.80

6,122.00

$846,660

198,382

Birmingham, AL

293

$4,453

1,135.20

4,175.90

$947,451

212,744

Cleveland, OH

294

$4,544

1,516.60

4,467.20

$1,734,917

381,829

Baton Rouge, LA

295

$4,604

936.3

5,290.30

$1,015,944

220,648

New Orleans, LA

296

$5,073

1,144.70

5,292.50

$2,001,364

394,498

Dayton, OH

297

$5,081

962.1

4,039.80

$713,493

140,427

Kansas City, MO

298

$5,109

1,431.40

3,855.90

$2,534,034

495,964

Memphis, TN

299

$5,637

1,901.40

6,128.40

$3,666,415

650,410

Jackson, MS

300

$5,875

752.6

4,538.40

$959,290

163,297

Detroit, MI

301

$7,080

1,965.30

4,302.90

$4,697,891

663,502

Baltimore, MD

302

$8,179

1,858.70

4,311.20

$4,885,037

597,239

St. Louis, MO

303

$9,334

1,927.30

6,183.30

$2,805,130

300,521

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