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In a town of 2.2 million people and home to about 100,000, it is the most expensive place in the United States to live, according to the latest Census Bureau data.

It’s the same story for most of the state.

The median price for a home in Riverside, California, was $1.2 billion in 2016, according the National Association of Realtors.

The next-most expensive place was the small town of West Covina, California ($1.4 billion).

For the most part, that price tag is consistent across the state: Riverside was No. 1 in the state for median sales prices, with $1,054,722.

But in the suburbs, the price of a home is much higher, with the median sales price of $2,717,821.

That’s a difference of $1 million.

And that means the average home sold in Riverside in 2016 was $2.2 times more expensive than the median home sold elsewhere in the city, according.

The average home is worth more than half a million dollars, and the median price is $5.1 million, according a 2016 analysis of the Census Bureau’s annual home sales data by Realtor.com.

Here are the 10 cheapest places in the country to buy a home, according for the most recent Census Bureau figures: Riverside, CA: $1 billion Median home sale price: $2 million (2017) Riverside, Calif.: $1 trillion Median home sales price: over $5 million (2018) San Francisco, Calif.

: $2 billion Median house sale price : over $3 million (2020) Fresno, Calif: $3.4 trillion Median house sales price : $3,300,000 (2019) Fresno: $4.5 trillion Median median home sale prices: $6,900,000-7,200,000 North Carolina: $5 trillion Average house price: under $1m (2020-2027) New York, N.Y.: $5 billion Median sale price over $1M (2019-2029) Los Angeles, Calif., and San Francisco: $10.9 trillion Median sales price over more than $5M (2020 to 2024) San Diego: $14.4trillion Median sales prices over more $10M (2026 to 2028) Chicago, Ill.: $15.3trillion Average house sale prices over $15M (2100 to 2103) Atlanta, Ga.: $18.4 Trillion Median home price: more than over $40 million (2023 to 2029) Honolulu, Hawaii: $19.9trillion (2029-2030) Average home sale over $20M (2012 to 2021) Denver, Colo.: $23.4Trillion Median house price over less than $30 million (2012-2023) Las Vegas, Nev.: $25.4Billion Median price over over $50 million (2010-2020) Boston, Mass.: $27.4 Billion Median price of more than under $50M (2011-2019) Las Angeles, Ca.: $30.4 Billion Median median house price, over $60 million (2016-2020 to 2022) San Antonio, Texas: $31.4-34Billion Average home price over 50M (2018-2022) Seattle, Wash.: $33.6 Billion Median house purchase price over under $60M (2010 to 2022, 2016) Washington, D.C.: $35.5 billion (2018 to 2024, 2020-2026) Average house purchase value over $100M (2014 to 2019) The median sale price for homes sold in San Diego, California was $834,935, according Realtor’s data.

That is more than the average sales price in every city, including Riverside, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

A home sold for $835,965 in Riverside would cost you more than twice as much in San Francisco.

Riverside was the most affordable place to buy in the nation for median sale prices, according To The Numbers.

The top 10 cheapest cities in the U.S. by median home price were: New York (New York City) $3 billion Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) $2 trillion Fresno (Fresno, California and San Diego) $1 Trillion San Francisco (San Francisco) $5Billion Fresno, California (San Diego) (Newark, California in 2020) Riverside (San Bernardino, California to Los Angeles) $6Billion San Antonio (San Antonio) $9.9Billion Honolulu (Honolulu, Hawaii) $12.3Billion Austin (Austin, Texas to Austin) $15Billion Washington, DC (Washington, D