The median home price in California exceeds $900,000 for the first time

New numbers reveal just how difficult it is to live in California.

For the first time, the state’s median home price exceeded $900,000. This is up 11% from last year, according to Data from the California Association of Realtors. If this trend continues this year, the median home price in California will exceed $1 million by next year.

Researchers in ConsumerAffairs has compiled a list of affordable big cities For living across the United States an affordability score was calculated using cost of living, income and unemployment data, along with tax numbers.

The first California city on the list is Modesto, at No. 87. Los Angeles barely made the list, coming in at No. 98.

The only cities that are more expensive than Los Angeles are Honolulu and New York City.

Here are the other cities in California that made the list and their ranking:

86- Sacramento

88- Bakersfield

89- Auckland

90 – Stockton

92- San Diego

94- San Francisco

So, what is the cheapest place to live in the country?

ConsumerAffairs magazine ranked Knoxville, Tennessee as the cheapest major city to live in. No city on the West Coast made the top 10.

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