Real estate sales in Houston, Dallas and other cities are booming and there is no shortage of properties available for sale.
But how do you find out about the latest and greatest deals?
We’re here to help.
We’ve broken down the latest news, prices and trends, to help you make the best decision.
If you’re looking to buy, we’ve compiled a list of the best real estate deals in the Houston area, Dallas area, and elsewhere.
Real estate in the US and Canada, by region Real estate prices are rising in the United States, Canada and in Europe.
Real Estate in the UK and Europe, by country We’ve highlighted the best deals across the globe, and the best cities to live and work in each country.
By region: US and UK Real estate price appreciation, by market We’ve listed the best properties in each region.
We’re going to dive into the market with a look at what is on the rise in the major US markets, with prices rising fast and for good reason.
By market: US Real Estate price appreciation in the USA, by price, by state Real estate, home sales and rentals prices in the following US states are up for sale: California – California Real estate property values are up 7.2% in 2017, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Los Angeles.
In 2017, the median house price in California is $3.8 million, up $3,100 over 2016.
The median price for a single-family home in the Golden State rose from $5,000 in 2016 to $6,000 last year.
The average price for all single-families in the state increased $1,400, from $2,500 in 2016.
Nevada – Nevada Real estate is up 7% in 2016, according the Real Property Association of Nevada.
The state’s median home price is $1.6 million, an increase of $1 million over 2016, and has risen nearly $1 billion since 2007.
The number of new multifamily homes constructed in Nevada increased by 5% in the last five years, the real estate group reported.
New Jersey – New Jersey Real estate values are down 3% in 2018.
The real estate industry in New Jersey is struggling, according a report released by the New Jersey Association of Realtors (NJAR).
The NJAR said its numbers show that the number of multifamily properties built has declined by 40% since 2007, as the number in construction has fallen by 40%.
The average annual rental value for a one-bedroom in New York City rose by $3 million in 2017.
In New York state, there are 7,500 multifamily housing units that are currently under construction, with an average price of $2.3 million.
In California, the average price per square foot for one-bedrooms in a condo rose $2 million last year to $3m.
San Diego – San Diego Real estate valuations are up, according Zillow.
The price of single-home homes has increased 11% over the last decade, according data from Zillot.
There are currently 2.2 million single-residential properties in San Diego County.
The most affordable area in San Francisco is the North Beach, where the median price of a single home was $1m in 2017 according to Zilloview.
In the city’s north, median price was $3million.
San Francisco real estate valuation in 2018: the median value of a property in San Jose was $2m in 2018 according to realestate.com.
San Jose has the highest median income in the Bay Area and San Francisco’s median household income was $55,000, according DataCollector.
The city has one of the most vibrant real estate markets in the country.
Median prices are up in many areas across the state, with San Jose averaging $5.6million, according Realtor.com, the site that provides listings of San Francisco properties.
Median price for an apartment in San Mateo County was $5 million in 2018, according propertyresearchgroup.com and the median property price in Santa Clara County was about $3mil.
Average rent in San Luis Obispo County was up 6.7% last year according to Realtor, while rent in the San Francisco Bay Area was up 8.3%.
The Bay Area has one the most affordable rental markets in California, according NPD Group.
Median rental prices in Santa Barbara County are up $300 per month.
In San Mateos, median rent was up 9.5%.
Average rents for two-bedroom apartments in the area are up 8% in Santa Cruz County and up $400 in Santa Maria County.
Average rents are up about 25% in Los Angeles County and about 25.5% in Riverside County.
Median home prices in San Antonio are up 13% over last year, according Topper.com Real estate deals are up.
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