As the stock market continues to rally, the price of a single-family home has been trending upward for the past two years.
But in 2018, the average price of the average home has already gone up to $2.9 million, up from $2,739,624 in 2017.
The average price has increased from $1,972,872 in 2017, when the stock was booming.
And the median price of an average home went up to a record $1.6 million, from $848,621 last year.
Here are some key takeaways from the market:For years, many homeowners have had to buy more than one home, because the prices of houses had been rising.
In 2018, many homes have gone up in price in a single year, while the average house has increased in price each year for the last decade.
And in 2018 the median home price rose by $1 million.
In 2016, home values fell, with the median sale price down $900,000.
But that was before the Great Recession.
Now home values are back to where they were before the recession, and the median value is up $1 billion.
But if you were a real estate investor, there are a few things you could do to lower your home price.
There are two ways to lower the price you pay: Buy more of the same home, or sell less of the home.
Homebuyers can do both.
You can buy a home that is selling for $1 and then sell it for $2 or less, but you can also sell it at a higher price and then buy it back at a lower price.
So for example, you can buy one $1-million home and then take the other $1-$2 million home and sell it in a way that is not so bad for your investment.
For example, if you bought a $1m home for $5,000 in 2007 and then sold it for more in 2009, you could take the home and re-sell it for less in 2010 and sell again for $3,000 a year later.
This way, you would have a much lower price of your $2m home.
For more, see:What’s the most expensive place to live?