As the number of people moving into America’s first urban neighborhoods has surged in recent years, the number renting has also risen in the same time frame.
And, of course, the price of a home has skyrocketed.
But what if the neighborhood where you live is one that is not on the national real estate map?
That’s exactly what we have here in San Antonio, Texas, a small town of just under 11,000 people just south of Austin.
Its small and tight-knit community is home to many of the country’s fastest-growing housing markets.
This year, the population in San Antonians is set to more than double, reaching more than 16,000.
But, as you might expect, it also has a relatively small share of the nation’s largest population of renters.
San Antonio is a fairly homogenous area with relatively low concentrations of single people.
As a result, many locals have a relatively high rate of renter participation, a high rate for renter turnover, and a relatively low percentage of people who move out of the area to find a new home.
That has created a situation where many of those who want to buy a home here in the area are priced out of buying a home.
The average price of homes in SanAntonio, according to Zillow data, is $1,066,500.
That is more than five times the median income of SanAntons homebuyers.
That affordability is the result of an increasingly crowded real estate market.
Between 2010 and 2016, the median number of new listings in the San Antonio area increased by more than 70 percent.
That number grew from 4,721 in 2010 to 6,527 in 2016.
That means that the number that is listed in San Antons real estate listings is about 20 percent more than it was just 10 years ago.
San Antonio also has the most vacant properties in the country, with 2,037, and it has the largest number of homes with no residents, with more than 3,600.
But there is another factor that has been driving up the price for SanAntonians homeowners.
That factor is the influx of foreign money into the area.
According to Ziller & Fox, which is the largest real estate brokerage in the United States, foreign investors have been spending a lot more money in the Houston area in recent months.
And this has been a key driver of the high home price prices in the city.
The influx of foreigners to the Houston metro area is a direct result of the foreign-buyers buying up lots of properties.
It is the only place in the U.S. that has experienced a record number of foreign buyers buying homes, according the National Association of Realtors.
That translates into an additional demand for housing that is outpacing supply.
In 2016, SanAntonian residents spent about $11 billion on real estate transactions, the largest amount spent anywhere in the nation.
The San Antonio Chronicle reports that the total cost to the city was nearly $20 billion.
So, in San Francisco, the city is seeing the same kind of influx of money.
The real estate industry is reporting that sales of single-family homes in the Bay Area reached a new record high of $1.3 billion in 2016, up 23.5 percent from 2015.
This represents about $3.5 billion in real estate sales in SanFrancisco.
The city’s housing affordability crisis is getting worse.
According the Real Estate Board of Greater San Francisco (REBGS), the median home price in the region was $2.9 million in the first quarter of this year, which was the fourth-highest of the 20 largest metro areas in the world.
In the first three quarters of this century, the average home price increased only 3.6 percent.
So, this is a relatively slow rate of change.
But that is where SanAntones affordability crisis comes into play.
The REBGS data also shows that the median price of properties in SanFranias largest ZIP codes rose by only 2.6% in the second quarter of 2016.
The price of single family homes in that area jumped 15.7 percent.
This means that, over the last 10 years, SanFrancis homeowners have spent nearly $6 billion on property taxes and fees, a far cry from the $12 billion spent by the average homeowner in the rest of the U of A.
According this article, the SanAntona Real Estate Association, which represents a large chunk of the real estate community in SanBenos, is warning that this trend will continue unless the city addresses its housing crisis.
The association said that the recent influx of new foreign buyers has been an “unprecedented” problem, and that the city needs to do more to prevent the next influx of investors from being “disrupted by high rents and unaffordable prices.”
The SanAntoneans housing crisis is just one factor that is driving up home