It’s difficult to find a home for sale on a property-by-property basis and it’s even harder to buy one at a bargain price.

But there are some things you can do to make buying a home easier.

Here are five key things you need to know about home buying.

1.

Home prices have gone up for the past 15 years.

Home prices have risen for the first time in 15 years, but the average price of a home has not.

A survey from Nationwide found that prices are still rising at a rate of 2.5 percent per year, and are expected to keep rising.

In 2016, the average home cost $226,000, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Philadelphia.

The average price for a single family home rose 5.9 percent to $1,091,400, the same year.

Home sales have also increased dramatically in the past few years.

In 2020, more than 4 million homes were sold, a 15.6 percent increase from 2020, according the Real HouseTrac data.

The number of homes sold also increased for the third consecutive year.

The median price of homes that sold in 2020 was $230,500, up 14.3 percent from 2020.

2.

There are more home buyers than home sellers.

There are currently more than 3.5 million people living in rental housing.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, nearly one-third of renters are people over the age of 30.

According the Census Bureau, nearly 16 percent of households are renters.

3.

A recent study by Nationwide found more than half of Americans who have owned a home before were able to sell it within two years.

This statistic has become a key measure of housing affordability in the United States.

The study found that an average home owner in the U.S. was able to take out a $4,000 mortgage to buy their home in 2021.

In the past three years, homeownership rates have dropped from 62 percent to 54 percent, according a survey from Zillow.

4.

If you are a homeowner, it’s important to be able to afford your home.

If you have owned your home before, you need a mortgage to get it back on the market.

A mortgage is a payment made to lenders for the value of your home to buy.

According Zillows report, mortgage rates dropped from 3.9 to 3.4 percent in 2018.

The rate of delinquency rates for home loans fell from 19.3 to 18.4.

5.

A house can be a great investment.

In 2018, Zillower reported that home values were up over $1 trillion for all of America, and were up 30.7 percent from a year earlier.

This number of home values also included $1.6 trillion in private investment.

6.

There is a huge demand for a home.

Home ownership has been on the rise in the last 15 years and according to Zillowers report, there are currently 4.8 million homeowners in the country.

This means that one out of five Americans owns their own home.

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, in 2018, a quarter of all home purchases were for personal, family or college-owned properties.

This represents a 4.2 percent increase over 2017.

Homebuyers have also purchased homes for family or friends.

The Federal Reserve’s report on Home Buyer Confidence indicated that the number of people in this age group who said they would be able and willing to buy in the future rose from 13.5 in 2018 to 15.9 in 2019.

7.

Homeownership is the most popular retirement asset class.

Homeownership accounted for nearly $2 trillion in total household wealth in 2018 and this was an increase of 30 percent from 2017, according ZillOW.

8.

It’s cheaper to own a home than rent.

According the National Association of Realtors, in 2016, renters spent an average of $1 billion on a home compared to $2.2 billion for owners.

It also comes to $500 more per month per renter, according Toppling the Rent.

9.

If your income is high enough, it can pay for a house.

According Zilloves research, the median income for homeowners was $51,903 in 2018 compared to the $58,532 for renters.

The income gap between the two income groups was $2,955 for renters and $3,000 for homeowners.

10.

If all of your expenses are paid for, you can afford a home more than you think.

According Topplying the Rent, the U,S.

Census Bureau estimated that the median household income for a person earning $30,000 in 2016 was $65,711.

That figure was $5,965 higher than the median for a household earning $50,000.

11.

Homebuying is not always a good idea