The real estate industry is in the midst of a multi-year housing bubble.
It’s also in the middle of a boom in sales, and the trend is likely to continue.
But the biggest winners in the current market aren’t necessarily the top players in the market.
The biggest losers are the people who are trying to sell their homes, as the market shifts toward homeownership.
That’s where the big players are missing the boat.
For instance, while the average price of a house in the US has increased by about 25% in the last year, that’s just for people buying a house.
That doesn’t account for the sale of homes to people buying multiple properties, which is a much bigger deal.
The number of people buying their first home has dropped by more than 50% since 2006, and it’s likely that this trend will continue.
And that means there will be more sellers in the coming years.
In addition, there’s a massive shortage of homes in many places.
The median price of homes sold in the first quarter of 2017 was $921,500.
That number is expected to be in the range of $1.2 million to $1 million, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors.
The report found that only 16% of all homes sold last year had the right amount of equity, meaning that the seller can make a profit from the sale.
That means fewer homes will be sold, and fewer people will be able to afford them.
If that trend continues, the realtors are worried about the supply side of the market, where many buyers are looking for homes that are closer to their incomes.
The NAR report said that, on average, buyers need to spend an average of $17,000 more than their previous house to afford a similar home.
The average price for new homes rose 7% in 2017, but it was only a 1% increase for condos.
The problem is exacerbated by the rising cost of home equity, which will likely make it more difficult for many buyers to afford homes.
For example, according of the NAR, the average cost of a one-bedroom home rose 5.5% in 2016 to $922,700, and for a two-bedroom house rose 5% to $925,400.
That represents an annual inflation rate of 6.7%.
If the price of the median house goes up 10% each year, the Nars report says that the median price will be $2,664,700 by 2032.
To make matters worse, the report found high home prices were also associated with a number of different types of home ownership, including co-owned, owned, and condo ownership.
The association says that more than half of all new homeowners in the U.S. have been co-owners, with an average income of $53,300.