The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

#1. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

ZIP Code 47519, IN

Population: 847 Median Age: 40 College-Educated: 12% Family-Households: 94% Median Household Income: $155,750 Average Commute (mi.): 25 Lived Here Last Year: 100% Median Home Value: $250,300 Renter-Occupied: 1%

#2. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

ZIP Code 47558, IN

Population: 4,632 Median Age: 23 College-Educated: 6% Family-Households: 95% Median Household Income: $60,449 Average Commute (mi.): 44 Lived Here Last Year: 98% Median Home Value: $182,200 Median Monthly Rent: $605 Renter-Occupied: 12%

#3. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

ZIP Code 47562, IN

Population: 4,755 Median Age: 33 College-Educated: 12% Family-Households: 73% Median Household Income: $54,556 Average Commute (mi.): 29 Lived Here Last Year: 92% Median Home Value: $174,300 Median Monthly Rent: $413 Renter-Occupied: 25%

#4. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

ZIP Code 47568, IN

Population: 829 Median Age: 42 College-Educated: 14% Family-Households: 71% Median Household Income: $52,813 Average Commute (mi.): 40 Lived Here Last Year: 98% Median Home Value: $104,200 Median Monthly Rent: $392 Renter-Occupied: 25%

#5. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

ZIP Code 47501, IN

Population: 17,882 Median Age: 40 College-Educated: 16% Family-Households: 65% Median Household Income: $49,500 Average Commute (mi.): 23 Lived Here Last Year: 85% Median Home Value: $103,700 Median Monthly Rent: $513 Renter-Occupied: 27%

#6. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Daviess County, IN

ZIP Code 47529, IN

Population: 1,173 Median Age: 31 College-Educated: 11% Family-Households: 75% Median Household Income: $51,250 Average Commute (mi.): 25 Lived Here Last Year: 91% Median Home Value: $77,200 Median Monthly Rent: $336 Renter-Occupied: 23%

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