The housing market is heating up.
The average price of a single-family home is up nearly 40% over the past year, according to CoreLogic.
And while prices for condos have risen a bit, the growth has been faster.
Here’s how it compares to the year before:The median price of homes in the US has climbed 10% since June 2018, according a report by Trulia.
That means a $100,000 condo is now $1.6 million more expensive than it was before the recession.
But this is largely thanks to an increase in homebuyers, according the Trulia report.
The median price for a one-bedroom home increased 7% in the same period, up from $2.9 million.
The same trend is happening for a two-bedroom: a condo has increased 20% from $1 million to $2 million.
The median cost of a home is now nearly $2,000 higher than it’s been in 2016, according BLS data.
That’s mostly thanks to a combination of new construction, rising home prices and a growing workforce.
But it also reflects an improving economy that is allowing people to save for retirement.
According to Trulia, the median cost for a three-bedroom house is now roughly $1,900 more than it is in 2016.
And it’s a bit lower for a four-bedroom, at $1 for a $200,000 home.
But the median price has increased a lot faster in the past few years.
The cheapest condo in the country, a $1-million condo, is up 40% from a year ago.
The most expensive one, a three million-dollar condo, jumped about 16%.
That means the median condo price in the U.S. is up over 10%.
The median home price is up 16% from the year prior.
The highest price of any home was a $3.9-million home in June 2017, according Trulia data.
The biggest price jump was a 5% rise for a condo, up to $3 million.
That is an average of a 10% increase per year.