New York City is the most expensive city in the United States.
According to data from PricewaterhouseCoopers, the median house price in the city is $1.65 million.
That’s $2.2 million more than the national median price.
The city’s median income is $72,000.
The median income of residents ages 18 to 64 in the New York metro area is $42,500.
The New York metropolitan area is home to 1.7 million people.
That makes it the most populous city in America.
The most expensive cities in the U.S. are Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston, and Phoenix.
The least expensive cities are Salt Lake City, Dallas, and Minneapolis.
The list below shows the 10 most expensive markets in the country.
Atlanta, GA Atlanta metro area: $2,085,872 Median house price: $1,639,700 Median income: $68,918 2.
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim-Santa Ana-Anapa, CA-CA metro area, median home price: $$1,945,700 3.
San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont-Hayward, CA metro area; median home value: $732,400 4.
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara-Santa Cruz, CA metropolitan area, average home value $1 to $2 million 5.
New Orleans-Metairie-Lafayette-Metrotown, LA metro area median home sale price: -$1.1 million 6.
Los Angles-Tijuana-Lima, CA Metro area median sale price (as of March 2017): $2 billion 7.
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington-San Antonio-Corpus Christi, TX metro area Median home value (as