Real estate values are rising at a rate that’s higher than inflation, according to a new report from Next Big Futures.
The research firm’s study finds that real estate is experiencing the strongest housing market growth since 2008.
In 2017, the median price of homes in the U.S. rose 10.5% year over year, to $5.9 billion, according the report.
The median home price in 2018 is expected to increase about 4% year-over-year, to a record $4.9 trillion.
The report notes that the average price of a home in 2018 was $1.9 million, up from $1,700 in 2017.
The average home price for the first time in five years is also expected to rise 4.6% to $6,000.
But, that increase is projected to be offset by a 10% drop in the average value of the average home over the next five years.
The rising price of homebuyers is a concern for real estate investors.
In 2018, the average transaction value of a $1 million home is projected at $1 billion.
And the average cost of a new home in 2020 is estimated to be $2,500.
But there are some areas where the market is expected, especially in cities like Miami, Atlanta, and Orlando, where home values are expected to continue to rise.
For example, the report notes the average house price is expected be $1m in 2018, up 10.7% from 2017.
It also projects that the median home sale price in 2020 will be $5,100, up 4.5%.
And that median home purchase price for an investor is expected increase 2.3% to about $18 million.
But it’s also important to keep in mind that even in places like Miami where home prices are expected continue to climb, there is still a lot of competition for buyers.
There are many factors that could cause a home price increase, including: rising prices of real estate that are in short supply