List of Fastest Growing ZIP Codes From Maponics

Posted by GIS talk On Friday, March 14, 2014
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Maponics published this week a list of the top 10 fastest growing ZIP codes in the US for 2013.

Lists of the fastest growing ZIP Codes are usually compiled using population data. But accurate population data is only available from the US Census, and the most recent measured results are from 2010. For a more current understanding of which ZIP Codes are growing, Maponics used quarterly residential delivery counts, which are part of their ZIP Code Boundaries product.

By analyzing residential delivery count information for 2013, Maponics was able to determine which ZIP Codes had the highest increase in residential addresses – a reliable indicator of increased population and real estate growth. 

For further illumination, Maponics appended their Context™ Real Estate Sales and Context™ Real Estate Inventory product data, which provided a snapshot of real estate activity in those ZIPs.

Top 10 Fastest Growing ZIP Codes in the US for 2013:

 #1.    77494 – Katy, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 861
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 93%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $271,875

#2.     77433 – Cypress, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 544
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 99%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $198,786

#3.    92620 – Irvine, CA

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 430
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 99%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $811,000

#4.    79938 – El Paso, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 421
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 98%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $124,031

#5.    95134 – San Jose, CA

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 374
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 95%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $720,000

#6.    78245 – San Antonio, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 346
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 99%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $149,072

#7.    75034 – Frisco, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 341
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 96%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $302,000

#8.    75070 – McKinney, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 332
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 99%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $234,531

#9.    77449 – Katy, TX  (another Katy, TX ZIP code makes the list)

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 332
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 99%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $132,075

#10.  75056 – The Colony, TX

    Median for new residential delivery addresses per quarter in 2013: 314
    Percentage of properties that are single-family homes: 99%
    Median sale price for single-family homes in 2013: $187,188

About Maponics Products

Every quarter, Maponics releases high-quality nationwide postal GIS products – so trusted that USPS.com refers customers looking for ZIP Code map data directly to Maponics.  In fact, Maponics is the only postal map data provider listed on USPS.com as a resource for postal data, ZIP Code maps, carrier route reports, and other postal maps and reports. 

Maponics GIS postal products include ZIP Code Boundaries, Carrier Route Boundaries, and ZIP+4 centroids.

Visit  maponics.com or call 1-800-762-5158 to learn more about our postal and other Maponics products, as well as how to integrate themwith  Context™, Maponics' suite of lifestyle and behavioral analytics.


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