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9. Fishers, IN
Fishers, IN
Median home price: $174,296
Median family income (per year): $108,086

As recently as 1990, only 7,000 people resided in this Indianapolis suburb. Those days are now gone: Fishers is home to more than 65,000, many of whom are affluent. The residents include former and present NBA players with the Indiana Pacers.

The housing market here includes some estate-sized homes of 10,000 square feet or more, which sell for a relatively reasonable low seven figures. One 12,600-square-foot mansion with six bedrooms is currently on the market for less than $1.5 million.

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