The next big housing boom is going to take place in California, where the median home price is set to hit $1.8 million.
That’s according to a report by RealtyTrac, a real estate research firm that tracks apartment growth in the state.
The median price for a home in the Golden State is set at $2.9 million, up 18% from last year.
It was up by 4.5% last year and has been on a climb since January.
The average price for an apartment is up by 9.3% from this time last year, according to the report.
The average price of a one-bedroom apartment is now $1,200, up 5% from January, and up 17% from the peak price of $1 to $2,000 in February.
The report also found that median rents are up 8.9% to $1 per square foot.
That’s up from 7.5 percent last year to $950.
Rents are also up 7.4% to 3,200 per square feet, and the average rent for a one bedroom apartment is $1 a month, up 7% from a year ago.
In the Bay Area, the median price is now about $1 million, down 4.3%.
The median rent in Santa Clara is $2 million, according the Realtytrac report.
The median rent for an all-in-one in the Bay area is $3,000.
The top-end market for apartments is in San Francisco, where rents are still about half of what they were a year and a half ago.
The area saw the biggest increase in median rents, up 6.9%.
In Los Angeles, the top-tier market for homes is in the Los Angeles area.
The Los Angeles median home sale price was up 16.2% from $2 to $4.8 billion, and rents jumped 7.6%.
The median price of an apartment was up 7%.
The number of new homes being built in the city of Los Angeles was down from the previous year, but that’s not necessarily a good sign for the economy.
In fact, new home construction is up 13.9%, which is a lot more than the 9.2 percent increase in the economy that year.
And while the population has been growing for the past five years, the number of people who are actually living in their homes is still quite low, at about 12.7%.
In the next five years and beyond, the demand for housing will only continue to increase, as the population is expected to hit 15 million people in the coming decades.
In a market like California, it’s really only a matter of time before people are moving in and out.