The New York Times says the best place to live in New York City is now, for now, in the suburbs.
The city is on the cusp of another historic housing boom and is already seeing a massive housing bubble pop.
But that is just a beginning.
The paper says this year will be even better.
A New York State Department of Housing Preservation and Development report released Monday found the number of properties owned by New Yorkers increased by an average of 27 percent over the past year.
It also found that the number for homes owned by people age 55 and older increased by about 20 percent.
But the report also noted that only 20 percent of the properties were affordable for families with incomes of $100,000 or less.
The real estate market in New Jersey is also on the rise.
The state’s median home price jumped 25 percent in 2017, to $722,000, according to the Real Estate Board of New Jersey.
That’s up from a median price of $811,000 in 2016, according the Bidding Guide.
The new report said that median sales prices in the state have been higher than they were two years ago.
It said median prices are also higher than in many other states.
But a lot of the growth has come from the suburbs, which are booming with new apartments and homes for sale.
The real-estate board found that there were 3,073 new apartments available in New Brunswick last year.
That’s up about 11 percent from 2015.
That was up from 3,034 apartments in 2014.
The report also found an average increase in the median home sale price in the New Jersey suburbs from $1.17 million in 2015 to $1,318,000 last year, a 23 percent increase.
In some places, there was an increase of more than 30 percent in median sales price.
The highest-priced borough in New Bern was New Brunswick, which saw an average jump of nearly 50 percent, to more than $3.5 million, from $2.2 million.
The Bidding Guides data show that the housing market in many New York suburbs is growing fast.
In New York, average home prices are up nearly 40 percent since 2010, according a study by the real-property association.
That increase was driven in part by the increase in home values in the city.
The city’s median house price was up nearly 30 percent from 2010 to 2015.
But median sales sales prices were down more than 20 percent from the year before, according.
In fact, they went down more in 2015 than they did in 2016.
In some suburbs, homes are selling for as little as $1 million.
In others, it’s as much as $2 million to $3 million.
Here are five reasons why it’s important to buy now in the coming years.1.
The market is changing.
New Jersey has been experiencing an upsurge in real estate values in recent years.
There are more people in the region, and the area has been on a sharp rise in population.
But as the economy improves, that growth will slow down.
The economy has contracted for years, and some economists have raised concerns about the economic outlook for the state.
New York is on track to lose nearly 5 million jobs in 2024, according an economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.2.
You can’t buy a home right now.
The number of new home sales in the metro area increased by nearly 20 percent last year to nearly 10,000.
But in the other New York metropolitan areas, sales of existing homes were up by about 10 percent, according Real Estate Boards of New York.
The growth of new homes in the suburban markets is even more pronounced.
New York has a housing shortage, with only 6 percent of homes for rent available.
In Brooklyn, that number is more than 10 percent.3.
The supply is low.
A lot of people are buying in anticipation of a shortage of homes.
A survey of nearly 3,000 people conducted in March by the Urban Institute found that half of respondents said they would buy a house this year if they had the chance.
A third said they wouldn’t buy unless the demand for a house were at a low level.4.
The markets are so hot that many are struggling to pay their bills.
There’s a lack of supply in many of the metro areas, which means the median household income in the two metro areas fell in 2017.
But there’s a lot more demand for housing in the outer boroughs, where home prices were up nearly 10 percent last summer, according TOYO Home Finance.5.
You’ll get a better deal.
While there are some exceptions, all five metro areas have the lowest median home prices in New England, according ToYO.
The average home sale prices in Middlesex County, for example, are $826,000 and $1;7 million, respectively.
The median sale price for