And, more importantly, are they willing to adopt me.I'm not one of them ~
I think when they say lexington park, they must mean really St. Mary's And Calvert counties.Well they have to be including areas close by. If you cruise around the Creeks and Bay around the county there are some really nice houses on the waterfronts. Some are not full time residents. I imagine owning a house here counts however.
Only about 5% of the country, or 6.1 million households, qualify as true millionaires. That is, they boast liquid, investable assets of $1 million or more, excluding real estate, employer-sponsored retirement plans and business partnerships. Research firm Phoenix Marketing International identifies where these millionaires live in an annual survey of wealthy residents in 942 urban areas. We’ve also researched the typical incomes and home values in the top ten cities, in case you’re interested in living next door to one of these millionaires
Most of us were wondering at the definition of Lexington Park more than the definition of millionaire.Doesn't anyone realize that it helps if you read the article? The study's definition of "millionaire" is on the first page, second sentence of the second paragraph. You really don't have to read that much to find it. Everyone debates what millionaire means, yet no one bothered to actually read the text with the first picture? It's no wonder the majority of folks on here are so poorly informed.