What are the cheapest suits in the city of San Francisco?
It’s not just the suits that are cheap, though.
They’re also the price of being in San Francisco.
The city’s median household income is $57,908, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau.
The median rent in San Franciscans is $2,721, according the Zumper Rent List.
That makes a median house in San Fran $1,965.
The average price of a house in the Bay Area is $1.8 million.
And the median home price in the metro area is $3.1 million.
It’s no surprise that these prices are so high.
That’s because the median household doesn’t earn as much as the median rent.
For a family of four, the median income is just $51,938, according that Zumper List.
But for that same family, the average cost of a home in San Mateo County is $922, and in Marin County it’s $1 million, according Zumper.
So what does that mean for your family?
Well, for one, the cost of living in San Diego is the lowest of the Bay area, according a recent analysis by the National Association of Realtors.
The report looked at median house prices in the San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Luis Obispo counties, and found that the median price in San Bernardino County is just slightly above $1M.
And if you’re not from San Francisco, the county in which San Francisco is located, the city’s house prices are also pretty low.
The San Jose metro area has the second-lowest median home prices in California, at $831, and the San Francisco metro area at $2.9M.
But the Bay has a long way to go in terms of affordability.
For one, in 2014, the Zumps released their Top 10 cities for cheapest houses.
San Jose, San Diego and San Francisco had the cheapest houses in the country, and San Mateos was ranked #2, behind only Los Angeles.
The Zumpp also gave its Top 10 cheapest cities for cars.
The top 10 list includes San Francisco; Los Angeles; Oakland; Oakland, Calif.; Berkeley, Calif.
and Oakland, Cal.
That means the Bay could become a lot more affordable if it had a big influx of people.