The publication Business Insider currently features snarky jabs at the nation's richest exurbs and suburbs such as Wellesley, Massachusetts; Kenilworth, Illinois, and Los Altos Hills, and Atherton, California.
Rancho Santa Fe comes in for a few jabs. “You can only join the spectacularly endowed Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club if you own a place within the Covenant, which is basically an elite community within an elite community, the Navy Seals of wealthy-people living,” says the publication.
Final jab: “Do you want to be close to Del Mar without dealing with the riffraff that might use that public pool that everyone calls the Pacific Ocean? Well, we’ve got a deal for you, if by ‘deal’ you mean a $4 million house with a $400-a-month watering bill."