When it comes to the most expensive homes in Austin, the most sought after home on the market is the “bedroom.”
The first house on the list is a $1.4 million one located in a former church that now houses a coffee shop and the home of the city’s most popular hip-hop band, Run-DMC.
The other two are a $750,000 and a $400,000 home located in an industrial park in the southwest part of town.
For comparison, the median price of a house on Austin’s most-wanted list is $1,093,000.
But there are also some other popular homes that are on the rise.
In November, Austin’s median house price jumped 13% to $1 million.
The city also recorded its fastest median house sale price increase since August 2016, when it jumped 24% to an average of $2.9 million.
In a way, it seems that house prices in Austin are soaring because the city is no longer a sleepy town.
The median house value jumped by more than 11% in the past year to $3.9 billion, according to the American Institute of Architects, a research group that tracks property values around the country.
The average home sold in Austin was valued at $849,000 in the last year, according the city.
A new trend is driving home prices.
According to an analysis by the real estate analytics firm Zillow, median house prices rose 8.6% over the past 12 months.
The analysis, which was conducted by Zillows Real Estate Intelligence, found that median house values rose by more in Austin than anywhere else in the country during that time.
This is not just a trend driven by the city having the highest number of new listings, but also by a growing number of home buyers in the city buying new homes.
While prices in cities like San Francisco and San Jose are climbing, Austin is actually having a tougher time finding homes.
According ZillOW’s analysis, Austin has the lowest percentage of new homes being built in 2016.
That’s not good news for Austin’s affordability, since that could be one of the main reasons for the rise in house prices.
The reason for the slowdown is that new homes in the U.S. are being built at a slower pace than the city has ever seen, said Andrew J. Zimbalist, chief economist at Zillower.
This means that home prices in the Austin area are growing faster than the national average, but the rate of growth is still slowing.
In 2016, Austin experienced a 6.2% increase in the number of homes built, compared to 2016’s 5.9% increase.
Zillowed found that Austin had a median house-price increase of 7.5% from 2015 to 2016.
For a city with an aging population, the city also is seeing a slow pace of new construction, with the median house in 2016 priced at $1 to $2 million, according Zillowing.
And that’s not just in Austin.
The number of people in the state of Texas with homes on the city or county of Austin’s affordable list rose from just over 1.3 million in 2014 to 1.7 million in 2016, according data from the U