Montgomery County Is Hub of High-Income Hot Spots

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Fourteen Montgomery County communities enjoy an average disposable income that numbers in the six figures per household.

Montgomery County offers its residents a wealth of opportunities, and one of them is the opportunity for wealth itself.

Fourteen local communities enjoy an average disposable income that numbers in the six figures per household, according to data from Esri cited in a Philadelphia Business Journal staff report.

That’s the largest share of the top 50 communities within the 11-county greater Philadelphia area.

“Extra money in your pocket could mean treating yourself to a late morning coffee or saving up for a family getaway,” the article stated.

The county claims four of the five best as well, and topping the list with the most money left after taxes in Montgomery County and all of Philly is regional No. 1 Gwynedd Valley at $157,958 per household.

Right behind Gwynedd Valley are No. 2 Gladwyne at $156,035, No. 4 Spring House at $151,355 and No. 5 Merion Station at $146,872.

From there, average disposable incomes drop to:

  • $116,742 in No. 17 Bala Cynwyd
  • $115,646 in No. 19 Dresher
  • $114,957 in No. 24 Wynnewood
  • $113,464 in No. 25 Narberth
  • $109,181 in No. 29 Fort Washington
  • $108,302 in No. 34 Blue Bell
  • $106,676 in No. 37 Lafayette Hill
  • $104,821 in No. 40 Ambler
  • $100,827 in No. 46 Bryn Mawr
  • $99,570 in No. 49 Kulpsville

Read more about other communities’ average disposable incomes throughout the region in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.

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