Minnesota’s largest city, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, has emerged as the nation’s priciest city.
The study by Realestate.com and Urbanation.com found that Minneapolis has a median home value of $731,000, which is well above the national median of $692,000.
But the median home price in the metro area was $826,000 in 2016.
In Minneapolis, the median price of a home was $850,000 and the median income was $72,000 last year.
The average home price for a family of four was $1,567,000 on average.
Minneapolis has the fourth-highest median household income in the nation at $73,000 per person.
The median home ownership rate in the city was 74.3 percent.
In 2016, Minneapolis had the fourth most affordable metro areas in the United States, according to the study.
This year, it is the second most expensive metro area.
It ranked in fourth place behind Denver, with a median price in excess of $1 million.
In the report, Realestate says Minneapolis-Somerville, a suburb of Minneapolis, had the highest median home prices in the state.
According to the report: Minnesota has the sixth highest median household price in America, at $75,000 to $100,000 a home.
Minnesota has one of four metro areas with the highest average median income.
Minnesota also has the highest home ownership rates, with 75 percent of households owning a home, according, Real Estate.
Minnesota’s metro area had the eighth highest median family income in America at $83,000 ($76,000 for the metro and $63,000 without).
In 2016 the median household median income for Minnesota was $70,000 with a family earning $75 to $80,000 making up the largest share of the metro’s income, according.
In this report, the authors also found that metro Minneapolis ranked No. 1 in terms of the number of homeowners who have been foreclosed on in the past year, according the report.
The Minnesota region had the second-highest foreclosure rate in 2016 at 2.4 percent.
The report also found Minnesota had the fifth-highest number of foreclosed homes for the year, behind only Houston, Texas, and San Francisco, California.
Minnesota was ranked as the No. 4 most affordable metropolitan area in the U.S. in the 2018 U.N. Global Competitiveness Report.