The U, S. Home Buyers Are Changing the Way Home Builders Build Their Homes.
They Are Getting Real Estate Agents To Build Them.
And They Are Changing The Way People Buy And Sell Their Homes And How The Markets Work.
By The Numbers:The U. S. home market has grown from 7.8 million homes in 2006 to 13.7 million homes today, and the average price for a new home has risen from $325,000 in 2006, to $470,000 today.
The average price of a home in the U. s. is up almost 60 percent from its peak in 2002.
And the median home price is up nearly 10 percent over the past 10 years.
But the housing market is still in a bubble.
And that is partly because the price of homes is still so high.
For instance, the average selling price of an average home in San Francisco is $1.6 million, according to Zillow, up nearly $1 million from the same time in 2014.
And an average selling cost of $2.8 Million in Las Vegas is up $1,000 from the current peak.
But it’s not just the prices that are high.
Home buyers in the metro area are paying an average of $1million more per year in property taxes than the average home owner in the nation.
The national average is $930,000.
housing market has a lot to change in order to be competitive with the rest of the world.
And it will.
But if you want to know more about what the next 10 years will hold for U.s. real estate, we have the data you need.