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With just a few exceptions, the most expensive neighborhood in every state is typically found within or in close proximity to one of the largest cities in that state.While some of the most expensive neighborhoods in every state are located in the heart of their respective cities—for example, SoHo in New York or Filter Square in Philadelphia—the majority are residential communities outside of their urban city centers.Stark differences in price exist among nearby neighborhoods as a result of schools, views, proximity to commercial/recreational interests, taxes, safety, and a host of other factors. In San Francisco, there is more than a 6x difference in price between the most expensive and least expensive neighborhood. In Seattle, that number is 4x and in Los Angeles, it’s almost 9x.Price differences among the states is striking. There are more than 1,000 neighborhoods in California that are more expensive than the most expensive neighborhoods in the bottom 20 percent of states.