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On a regional basis, sales fell an average of 13 percent, while median prices declined in all areas except Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Riverside/San Bernardino," California Association of Realtors President Colleen Badagliacco said in the report.
The REBNY report, the most comprehensive available for the Manhattan market, also showed cooperatives' median sales prices on the East Side rose 13 percent to $856,000 and downtown coop units rose 20 percent to $662,000.
For the second year in a row, couple families in Oshawa had the highest median total family income among all census metropolitan areas.
Executive-level editor -- $82,370 mean, $72,489 median
Reported median incomes vary by geographic region, as shown in Figure 2.
Within the Fourth Federal Reserve District, every county where median home values exceeded the national median was adjacent to a large city.
The biggest jump was seen in medical malpractice, where median awards jumped 175% between 1994 and 2000, from $362,000 to $1 million.
26 Quetzales (As of May 21, 1999) * JANUARY MEDIAN TEMPERATURE: Guatemala City: 17 Centigrade, 62.
The data bear this out; exhibit 1 shows the median total asset size of the modified report group ($671 million) was more than double the total asset size of the standard report group ($284 million).
The survey covered median prices for single-family detached and attached existing homes in 133 metropolitan statistical areas(A).
In 1992, one-third of applicants for home purchase loans with incomes below the median family income for their metropolitan statistical area (MSA) applied for government-backed loans; in contrast, only 13 percent of applicants with incomes greater than 120 percent of the median family income for their MSA applied for such loans (table 4).