Dallas vs. Denver

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How does the financial profile for households in Dallas differ from those in Denver?


Source:  WealthComplete, Income360, CreditStyles Pro, December 2011

*Assets = Average Invested Assets per HH
Income = Average Total Income per HH
Total Debt = Average Total Debt per HH
Mortgage Delinquency = Average Number of Mortgages 60+ Days Past Due per 1000 HHs
Symbol & percent indicate change in value between December 2010 and December 2011

Which city spends more?

Dallas households spent an average of $53,651 on discretionary expenses in 2011, while Denver households spent an average of $41,241.
Source:  DS$, December 2011

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