OK, so the rest of us only have our city and state listed on the website, and my residential address is "Boston," which includes a number of different types of neighborhoods. But if I lived anywhere else, I would find it inappropriate for my clients -- who of course have the right to look up my license status -- to see whether I live somewhere that's urban, rural, more affluent, less affluent, or is known to tend toward particular political or worldviews.
As it is, I had a client's sister ask me if I lived in [the suburb where she and the client both live, one of the ones right on a main T line] and I said, thinking it was a generic-enough answer, "No, I live in Boston." She said, "Oh, you live in Boston, you must be rich!"
I forget that some people's concept of Boston is having been to the Back Bay a couple of times, despite having lived 15 minutes from Boston all their lives.