The cost of buying a home in the US is climbing.
But what is it that drives the prices?
We’re looking at a few factors.
The price of the house in question may not seem like a big deal if you’re a college student or a single parent living in a rural area, but for those living in cities, it could have a big impact on your monthly payments.
The median price of a home bought in the past decade in the Los Angeles metro area was $9,000, according to Zillow, a website that tracks real estate.
For the metro area’s suburbs, that number rose to $13,000.
The number of listings for homes sold rose from 3,400 in 2013 to 5,400 last year, according a Zillower report.
The average price of new homes in the metro region increased by about 5 percent, to $325,000 last year.
That’s the highest increase since 2011, when it was at $240,000 per house.
For most people, the number of homes they’re willing to pay for is going up, too.
In California, the median price for a home was $8,500 in 2013, but that number jumped to $9/square foot in 2017.
The rate of home prices to income growth in California has been steadily rising since 2011.
The state experienced the largest annual increase in housing prices in the nation last year as more people moved from cities to the suburbs.
For people who are able to afford a bigger home, it makes a lot of sense to live there.
The increase in median price, however, isn’t just a function of the growth in population.
The median price also includes a portion of the value of the home itself.
The house is often referred to as the “base price” of a property because it includes the value, including taxes, utilities, and maintenance.
The value is the more important part, but the average value is also an important part.
If the median value of a house is $8 million, then the value is $12.6 million.
If the median is $9 million, the value rises to $16.3 million.
The average value of homes sold in California last year was $5,600, according the Zillovision report.
That means that the average house sold for $1.7 million in 2016, which is about $1,500 per square foot.
The rate of increase in home prices in California was the fastest in the country, according that report.
But there are many factors at play.
For one, many factors, including demographics, commute times, and commute times are different in the metropolitan area than in rural areas.
Also, while housing prices are increasing faster in the suburbs, in cities it’s not necessarily that fast.
For some reason, people in the inner city aren’t as interested in buying in the middle of the night as in the midwest or in the South, according Zillows report.
While people who have higher incomes are buying houses, many other factors are contributing to rising home prices.
For example, in 2017, the average price was $4,200 per square feet in the San Francisco Bay Area, while the average was $2,200 in the North Bay.
The highest median price was in Fresno, Calif., where the median was $7,300 per square ft.
While median price in the Bay Area rose last year from $1 million to $2.5 million, in Fresno the median house price rose by $1 billion.
That means that many people living in the city can afford to live in a home closer to their work.
But the number and size of properties that are being sold, and the size of the price increases, is also a reflection of a more expensive housing market.
ZillOW estimates that in 2017 there were a total of 4.5 times as many homes listed for sale in California as in 2014.
That is partly due to the fact that fewer people are buying homes, which means prices are rising more slowly.
That’s also why the median sale price in California in 2017 was about $6,000 less than the median sold price in 2014, according The Los Angeles Times.
As home prices increase, they are being driven by more people moving into the city and more people choosing to live close to their job.
That creates more demand for homes, and fewer people can afford them.
The supply of houses is shrinking.
This year, a new survey from the real estate website Trulia found that the percentage of new-home listings sold in Los Angeles County in the first quarter of 2019 was about 6.7 percent less than in the same period last year when Trulia started keeping track of listings.
Trulia’s survey shows that the median sales price for homes in Los Angeles rose by just $900 per square yard in 2019 compared to $1K in 2019.
That may not sound like much, but it’s a drop in the bucket compared to the $1M average