MILLBURN/SHORT HILLS, NJ - According to a report released by Forbes, Short Hills has the third-highest median asking price for homes in New Jersey.

The study, based on a 90-day period ending Sept. 19, found that homes in Short Hills had an asking price of $1,956,846.15. That rates No. 105 nationwide, and trails only Alpine--the sixth-highest in the country with a pricetag of more than $5 million--and New Vernon in New Jersey.

The entire list can be found here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/erincarlyle/2014/10/08/new-york-dominates-2014-list-of-americas-most-expensive-zip-codes/