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    10-29-2009, 06:17 PM


    Location: the future

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    I 've always wondered where are the affluent hispanic comminities? I never seen a hispanic riding in a benz and kind of bothers me..Time for hispanics to start building wealth where are they already doing this? Everybody always complaining of immigrants and illegals but where are they doing good?

    10-29-2009, 06:27 PM

    Ever been to South Florida? Lots of affluent Hispanic communities there...

    10-29-2009, 07:21 PM


    Location: Austin, TX

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    San Antonio

    10-29-2009, 07:48 PM

    I know Hispanic people in the LA area who are doing extremely well. They live in the same neighborhoods where all the other rich people live.

    That said, I read something awhile ago about someone (media mogul? can't remember...) who still lives in Boyle Heights (neighborhood of LA, not where most rich people live) because the couple felt it important to support the community.

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    10-29-2009, 07:54 PM


    Location: Chicago- Lawrence and Kedzie/Maywood

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    Most rich people live together not caring about race/ethnicity because whatever they did to get that far... did not involve sticking with your people.

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    10-29-2009, 08:19 PM


    Location: Miami/ Washington DC

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    Originally Posted by boreatwork

    I 've always wondered where are the affluent hispanic comminities? I never seen a hispanic riding in a benz and kind of bothers me..Time for hispanics to start building wealth where are they already doing this? Everybody always complaining of immigrants and illegals but where are they doing good?

    Well first you wont find many if any illegal wealthy people.

    Second you have never been to Miami or LA have you. Miami has many wealthy hispanics. Well I would even say the majority of wealthy people in Miami driving G500s and A8s are hispanic. legal immigrants and residents tend to do much better financially than illegals for obvious reasons. Also I think this nation is separated more by class than race. Whealthy hispanics will live with and be friends with wealthy jews, americans, asians etc... There are plenty of wealthy hispanics out there.

    10-29-2009, 09:02 PM

    Miami is mostly Hispanic across it's wealthier and poorer sides alike. Also, suburban Broward County, Florida, especially Weston. Also unlike Miami, there actually isn't a significant population of Hispanics that are less than middle class.

    10-30-2009, 01:51 AM


    Location: Piedmont, CA

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    Hispanic Households Earning $100,000+, 2007

    Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Gainesville

    Hispanic Households 12,744


    Hispanic Households 17,542

    Chicago-Naperville-Michigan City

    Hispanic Households 57,475

    Dallas-Ft Worth Hispanic Households 37,105

    Detroit-Warren-Flint Hispanic Households 7,319


    Hispanic Households 47,190

    Los Angeles-Long Beach-Riverside

    Hispanic Households 272,233

    Miami-Ft Lauderdale-Pompano Beach

    Hispanic Households 107,832

    New York-Newark-Bridgeport

    Hispanic Households 179,818


    Hispanic Households 12,258


    Hispanic Households 29,680

    San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland

    Hispanic Households 85,448


    Hispanic Households 9,490

    Washington-Baltimore-Northern VA

    Hispanic Households 46,576

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    10-30-2009, 02:10 AM


    Location: Piedmont, CA

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    Originally Posted by boreatwork

    Everybody always complaining of immigrants and illegals but where are they doing good?

    Foreign Born Residents with at least as Bachelor Degree, 2008

    New York 1,520,084 Los Angeles 1,041,114 San Francisco 704,010 Washington DC 467,491 Miami 439,195 Chicago 399,233 Boston 297,981 Houston 236,090 Dallas 192,844 Atlanta 192,103 Seattle 173,086 Philadelphia 169,989 Detroit 138,863

    Foreign Born Residents Earning $75,000+ Annually, 2008 New York 624,368 Los Angeles 406,074 San Francisco 348,273 Washington DC 193,251 Chicago 144,824 Boston 125,436 Miami 124,830 Houston 92,677 Dallas 70,391 Seattle 69,617 Atlanta 62,178 Philadelphia 60,372 Detroit 54,514

    10-30-2009, 09:31 AM


    Location: Town of Herndon/DC Metro

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    I would have never guessed that San Fran ranked above DC Metro. Interesting!

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