The price of the best and most expensive homes in the market can be a tough sell.
It’s a sentiment echoed in the latest housing market news.
The market is still in the midst of a massive expansion that has seen a record number of homes built in the last decade, with more than 2 million homes completed and nearly 20,000 more under construction.
It has created a market where the typical home has more than $300,000 in monthly mortgage payments and the median price is $500,000.
But the demand for that sort of housing is also rising and the demand is rising for quality.
A recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau estimated that the median home in the United States has increased nearly 70 percent since 2000.
That’s an increase of $1,300 for every $100 of median household income.
It’s also making it more difficult to build more homes.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says it’s taken nearly 2 million people out of the workforce because of the shortage of housing.
In a recent survey, more than a quarter of the respondents said that the shortage has created too many housing problems for them to afford to buy.
In an effort to help solve the housing crisis, the Federal Reserve and other major players have begun to take steps to boost homebuilding, including by making mortgage refinancing easier and expanding the supply of mortgage loans.
But there are still significant hurdles for those who want to purchase a home and it remains to be seen if they’ll see a return on their investment.
The following chart breaks down the market segments for each major segment of the housing market and shows the median sales price per square foot and median purchase price per unit.
In the chart, the white dots represent the average selling price per area and the black dots represent average selling prices per unit for each segment.
There are some differences in the selling prices for the larger and smaller segments.
The smallest segment, for example, has a median selling price of $180,000 and a median purchase prices of $225,000, while the largest segment, the largest buyer segment, has sales prices of over $400,000 per square meter and buys less than $600,000 worth of homes per year.
But it’s clear that the big seller segments are the ones with higher market values, which have been hit hard by the housing bust.
In the past few years, the number of houses for sale has skyrocketed, and the average price per sale is now more than twice as high as it was in 2011.
In some areas, such as the Pacific Northwest, the price per house is up more than 80 percent since the housing crash.
The big buyers are typically located in the Southeast and West Coast.
The median price per buyer in these areas is now $200,000 higher than in 2011, and is nearly double the average.
The region is also seeing a sharp increase in the number and percentage of people living in homes with subprime mortgage rates.
The Northeast, however, has been particularly hard hit.
In recent years, this region has seen nearly 1.5 million fewer homes built than the average for the other regions of the country, which has resulted in more people losing their homes due to foreclosure.
The average price of a home in this region was $275,000 last year, which is more than double the price of all other areas in the country.
In fact, the Northeast has seen the largest percentage drop in sales prices since 2011.
The area with the biggest increase in homes for sale is the West Coast, which was the most expensive market for buyers, at nearly $350,000 over the last year.
And it’s home to a number of large, high-end properties.
In fact, sales in this area of the U:S.
have risen over 400 percent in the past year, and it’s likely that the area will be the most unaffordable market in the U.:This region also has a high percentage of those who have not purchased a home due to the housing slump.
That includes people who are already homebound, those who are in their 30s and older and those who can’t find jobs due to health issues.
The price of homes in this segment has risen by over 20 percent over the past 10 years.
And according to the Census Bureau, the median value of a new home in that region is now over $150,000 — which is nearly twice the average value of all homes in that market.
The region is the most diverse market in terms of the percentage of minority homeowners, with a median percentage of 7.5 percent.
The average home in West Coast housing is $185,000 below the median.
The largest group in this market is the East Coast, the region with the most affluent residents.
In that region, median median sales prices for homes are more than six times higher than the median for the rest of the nation.
This region of the US has seen large increases in home sales and prices in recent years.
In 2010, home sales