Which state is the cheapest to live in?
Some people would say Alaska, but it’s a state that has been growing in popularity lately.
While it has the cheapest median home price in the country, that is not a guarantee that your home is the most affordable.
Here’s a look at some of the most expensive cities in America, according to the median home prices of major cities.1.
Anchorage Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage is a beautiful city with beautiful views and the Alaska State Fair is a must-see if you’re visiting Alaska.
It has a median home value of $1,917,900 and a median income of $59,931.
The median rent for an apartment in Anchorage is $2,700 per month.2.
Honolulu Honolulu is the second-most expensive city in the US, and it has a city median home sales price of $3,500 per square foot, a median rent of $2.60 per square feet and a monthly median rent amount of $769.
The city has a low rate of unemployment and a high percentage of residents with a college degree.
Honolulu also has a strong tech industry, with Apple and Google among its most successful companies.3.
San Francisco San Francisco is a city with a median house price of more than $1 million, but the median rent is just $2 per square meter.4.
Seattle Seattle has a high median rent and a low home sales prices.
The Seattle metro area has a housing market that is considered among the highest in the nation.
Its median home values are $1.7 million and the median household income is $52,865.5.
Atlanta has the second lowest median home sale prices and the lowest median rent in the metro area.
Atlanta is home to more than 1.5 million people.6.
Atlanta Atlanta has a population of over 3 million and a home sales median price of just $1 per square yard.7.
Portland, Oregon Portland is a large city with an urban setting with a population over 8,000.
Its home sales are about $1 a square foot.8.
Sacramento, California Sacramento is a small city in Northern California with a relatively high percentage in college graduates.
Its housing market is very affordable, with median home selling prices of $850,000 and median rent prices of just over $1/month.9.
Portland Portland has a large percentage of college graduates and its home sales is the lowest in the state.
Its rental prices are just over the national average.10.
San Diego San Diego is home of the popular Pacific Beach area and the San Diego Comic-Con.
It’s the second most expensive city for a home buyer and the third most expensive metropolitan area in the U.S. for a house seller.
It also has the third highest median income in the world and the sixth highest median rent.11.
San Jose, California San Jose is home for a large part of the Bay Area and is also a hotbed for tech and entertainment.
The area has an unemployment rate of 7.7 percent and a household income of nearly $73,000 per year.12.
Salt Lake City Salt Lake is home town of the University of Utah, and its median home market price is just over half a million dollars per square inch.
The Salt Lake Valley has a diverse and diverse economy, with businesses in technology, entertainment and health care, to name a few.13.
Los Angeles Los Angeles is a booming city with the second highest median home income in America and the second largest city in Southern California.
The metro area with a growing population is home not only to Hollywood, but also to The Walt Disney Company, Disney California Adventure, Walt Disney World, The Walt Hickey Museum of Art and the Los Angeles Aquarium.14.
Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta is a growing metropolis with a large Asian population, which is why the median house value is $1million, and the highest median rental price in Georgia.
The Atlanta metro area also has high levels of diversity and low unemployment.15.
Seattle, Washington Seattle is home and a major business hub for Seattle, a major port city, and home to a number of major international airports.
The largest city of Seattle is also home to the University the largest college student population in the United States, with nearly a quarter of the nation’s college students.16.
Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu has a higher median income than Seattle and is home home to many of the islands most popular beaches.
Honolulu has also seen a number high-profile celebrity deaths over the years.
It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the Pacific Northwest.17.
San Antonio, Texas San Antonio is home base for the University at Austin, a world-renowned medical school.
It boasts a population exceeding 1.3 million, a large student body, and a thriving art scene.18.
Orlando, Florida Orlando is a major Florida city with many of its neighborhoods dotted with historic homes.
Its unemployment rate is 8.9 percent and its monthly median income is just