In an age when Americans are spending billions of dollars on houses, they’re still not spending that kind of money on their own homes.
The median home value for counties in California was $1,869,079 in 2017, according to a report from RealClearMarkets.
That’s down from $1.8 million in 2016, and up from $875,000 in 2016.
That means that the median home is now $1 million more expensive than it was five years ago, the report says.
It says that in 2016 and 2017, the median price of a median home was $859,400 and $1-million more, respectively.
While the median median home price is down, it’s not all bad news for the average homeowner.
The average home price in California is now around $2.2 million, up from a median of $2,000,000 just five years earlier.
RealClearMarketing says that median home prices in California are higher than in the rest of the country.
They are also slightly lower than in most of the 50 states, including Nevada, Texas, New Mexico, Alabama, and Tennessee.
The median home cost for a family of four in California currently sits at $1 billion, which is about $100,000 higher than the median family of three in the United States.
According to RealClear, there are three areas of the United State where median home costs are on the rise:In California, median home sales are up 20% over the past five years, from $5.6 billion in 2016 to $6.2 billion in 2017.
That includes an increase in sales of over 10,000 homes over the same period.
In 2017, median prices of all the homes sold in California increased by a median total of $844,000.
In 2016, the average price of homes sold rose by $1 trillion.
In addition, the number of homes being sold in the state has increased by 9.5% over last year.
That is a 5.4% increase, but the average sale price for all homes sold has decreased by 6.4%.