New York City has the cheapest real estate in the country, according to a new study from real estate research firm the National Geographic Society.
The study, titled “How to buy in New Yorks real estate market,” reveals how many homes there are in the city for every $100,000 worth of sales.
That’s down from an average of $109,935 in the U.S. in 2015.
The median price per square foot in NewYork is $8,400, and prices are rising as the population increases, according the study.
But for people who live in expensive areas, prices are also up.
The average home in NewYorks was valued at $106,800 last year.
But that figure includes two properties valued at more than $100 million.
Those properties include the two most expensive properties in New Yorker history.
The one at the end of the street, the one at 5th Avenue and 57th Street, is worth more than the average New Yorker home.
The report also shows how expensive the Manhattan skyline is.
The median price of a Manhattan home was $4,547,000, according in the study, while the median price for a condo in the borough was $2,907,000.
The top two spots on the list of the most expensive places in the world to buy were in South Korea and China, according Toonap.
That makes it the only country in the survey where two of the top three most expensive countries to buy are in China.
The study also shows that China is still the most desirable place for a home buyer.
While the study says prices are generally stable, there are exceptions.
The highest prices were in places like Russia, which is the second most expensive country to buy, and Ukraine, where prices were higher than the U