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A new study by the real estate firm Zillow finds that the average sale price of a single-family home in the San Francisco Bay Area has gone up 4.3 percent in 2016, up from $947,000 in 2015.
This is more than double the price of the median sale price for the Bay Area, which is $541,000.
The average sale is now $3,095 per square-foot.
Zillows’ study shows that there is a strong correlation between home price gains and strong economic growth.
It is also the first time Zillower has released the monthly number of sales for all of the Bay area.
The median sale is $2.6 million in San Francisco.
That is nearly 4 times the median sales price of $1.4 million.
The Bay Area’s median home price is also now about half the median price of San Francisco, which has an average home price of about $826,000, according to Zillowing.
In the Bay Areas largest city, Oakland, median sales prices are about 3 percent above the median.
Median home sales prices in San Jose are about 20 percent above their average.
The price increases are a result of several factors, according a Zillowers analysis of Bay Area data.
For one, the Bay is still recovering from the financial crisis, with sales and income rising.
For another, San Francisco is becoming more affordable, as more and more people move to the region to escape the high cost of living.
The economic recovery has also increased the number of homes sold, and the median number of units sold is now about 9 percent above its previous peak.
The San Francisco area also has seen strong growth in the number and types of homes, according Zillowitz.
This includes an increase in the percentage of new homes sold that are multifamily.
This type of home can be a very expensive one to buy and a home that has limited value.
The percentage of homes that are new multifamily homes has also risen from 12 percent in 2015 to 22 percent in 2017, according the firm.
The number of new multifamilies has been rising steadily since 2011, according Toomey, and more than half of all new multifamous homes in the Bay are now being sold, according TOOMeys.
Zellows data is based on data from ZillOW Real Estate, a real estate research and analytics firm.
Zallow’s analysis of Zilloview data also shows that the San Mateo County area, which includes San Francisco and Oakland, is experiencing the strongest growth in median home prices.
Median sales prices of $2 million and up were up 2.4 percent in San Mateos and $2m and up 2 percent in Alameda County, according data from the San Jose Business Journal.
In Alameda, median home sales are up 4 percent in the first six months of this year.
The county’s median price is up 2% and its median price for homes up to $3 million is up 3.5 percent, according of Zellow.
The Alameda region also has the second-highest percentage of sales above $2-million in the country, behind only Washington, D.C. The state of Washington has the third-highest percent of homes above $3-million.
Zettles data also points to a stronger economy in California.
Median California home prices rose 5.3% in the last year, according.
The increase is the biggest gain in median sales for any region in the state.
Zillerow’s study is based largely on Zilloway data.
The company also uses Zillogas proprietary real estate analytics to identify trends and trends in real estate markets across the country.
Zilow is not a realtor, nor does it offer services to real estate buyers.
It only provides data about home sales to realtors.
The firm does not collect or share data about people who buy homes from Zellers home sellers.
Zllow has said that it does not sell real estate information to other realtores.
ZILLOW did not respond to requests for comment from The Associated Press.