In 2018, the median income of the top 10 metro areas was $91,895, according to the Census Bureau.
The median income in the top 20 metropolitan areas was more than $70,000, according the Census.
In 2018 the median home value in the United States was $819,800.
But according to a report released this week by the Urban Institute, which analyzed real estate data from real estate sites, there are more than 2.7 million properties in the US with an assessed value of less than $1 million.
The median home sale price in 2017 was $3,924, with $1.1 million of that going to buyers in the Bay Area.
The average value of a home sold in San Francisco was $5.2 million in 2017, and in the City of Oakland it was $4.9 million, according data from Zillow.
“These are all very wealthy people who have their eyes on this city,” said Andrew Zillman, who runs the urban design firm Zillmore and specializes in housing.
“But they’re also buying properties in neighborhoods that are still under construction.”
“This is the time to make sure they don’t miss out on a neighborhood,” Zillmann said.
“That means that they’re paying the same price for a property that is under construction.
The most popular homes in the market in the bay area are listed on Zillieros sites.
This is a good opportunity to go buy a home that’s not currently being built.”
In 2017, the Bay area had about 1,300 affordable housing units in the county, and it is the most affordable market in California.
In 2017, only 20% of all units in San Jose, the city with the highest median income, were affordable.
Zilliero is currently adding more housing to the market.
The company is working with city officials to build new affordable housing, and is also partnering with developers to help build affordable housing.
According to Zillleros data, the average home price in the state of California is $1,965, and a home can sell for $3.6 million in San Mateo County.
In the Bay areas, homes are selling for $2.6 to $3 million, and the median price in San Pablo, Calif., is $2,000.
As the economy continues to improve, it is also becoming increasingly important for homeowners to find new ways to reduce their property taxes.
A report from the Urban Policy Institute in January found that in 2018, homeowners in the San Francisco Bay Area received $9 billion in property tax cuts, and $1 billion of that was in the form of reduced sales and property taxes that could be offset by higher mortgage payments.
Another report, by the National Association of Realtors, found that median home values in the metropolitan area of San Francisco increased by 10.6% in 2018 from 2017.
The report also found that a quarter of households have at least one adult living at home, and half of all homebuyers have a child.
San Francisco Bay area median home prices, in 2018: $1 Million median home price: $4,973 median home sales price:$4,716 median home income:$80,084 median home loan amount:$25,836 median home tax:$22,958 median home equity:$20,073 median home net worth:$3,849 median home cost:$2,972 median home vacancy rate:0.06% Median home equity per capita:$17,947 Median home income per capita : $70.7 Median home mortgage debt per capita $19,749 Median home debt per household: $8,871 Median home loan debt: $20,948 Median home rent per month: $9.2 Median home property taxes: $2 Median median home mortgage interest rate: 3.2% Median property taxes per year: $13.2 More local news from San Francisco: