California is now the most expensive state in the country to buy a home.
And now, that is becoming a problem for people who are looking to sell their homes.
According to the real estate website Zillow, California is the third-most expensive state for homebuyers.
It is currently ranked No. 27.
The highest-priced state is Washington, which is ranked No: 8.
Zillow also said California’s median home price is $1,300,000, making it the second-most costly state in America.
And according to the home listing site Zillower, California’s average home value is $2,828,000.
California is also ranked the No. 13 state for property taxes, according to Zillows data.
This is a trend that is likely to continue in the future.
The state’s average property tax bill for 2017 was $11,926, according the Zillowers data.
According to Zilower, the state’s median income is $56,917, while the average property value is just $5,890,000 for a median home in the state.
And in 2018, California will rank No. 6 in the U.S. for the median income and No. 11 for the average home price.
The top cities in California for home sales are Los Angeles and San Francisco, according Zillovids data.
However, Zillowlows data shows that the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles County are the two largest selling areas in the nation.
The Bay Area is home to a population of approximately 10.5 million people and the county population of 6.6 million.