An area’s real estate data may hold the key to the most pressing thing on a child’s mind today: Where can I get the most candy on Halloween?
HomeUnion, an online real estate investment and management firm, sought to find out. It analyzed the largest metros in the U.S. based on median home prices, neighborhood density, and safety to uncover the top 20 neighborhoods for trick-or-treating this Halloween.
Coming in at number one this year: The Cherry Creek neighborhood within the Denver metro area (ZIP code 80206). The children are counting on coming out with bag fulls of candy from this area. After all, with 4,723 houses per square foot mile they certainly have a lot of homes to cover.
Here are the top 20 neighborhoods for trick-or-treating 2016, according to HomeUnion: