The mall, the mall, and more malls.
What happens when you want to buy a new car or a new home?
Is there a good deal on a home or condo?
And how much of your money should you put toward your home?
For many Americans, the answer is no.
For the average American, that’s a huge problem.
And the answer to all of these questions could be the most important part of your budget: Your home.
The National Association of Realtors’ latest Home Price Index found that home prices rose faster in 2015 than any year in at least the past decade.
The average price of a home rose 5.2% from a year earlier, up from 3.7% in 2014, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau.
But the pace of price growth was far slower than in other years.
In 2015, the average price for a one-bedroom home increased just 1.2%, while the average for a two-bedroom was up 3.5%.
And while the index did not include new construction or home improvements, it’s likely that these factors contributed to the slow pace of home price growth.
“In 2015, home prices in the United States remained the fastest-growing category, growing by an average of 9.5% annually,” according to NAR.
But that was just the beginning of the story.
In the last three years, the number of people in their 40s and older buying homes has grown, according a 2015 report from the National Association for Business Economics.
But for middle-aged people who are not yet retirees, the home price boom is just getting started.
The median age of Americans who are buying homes is falling, and it’s also becoming increasingly difficult for people to save for retirement.
In fact, the median age at which Americans can retire, or have a guaranteed income from a job, is dropping by a quarter, according the National Institute on Retirement Security.
According to the NAR report, people in the age group of 60 to 64 are spending the most on their homes.
And people in this age group are spending more than they were a year ago, the report found.
The average cost of a $1.3 million home has increased by 10% from 2013 to 2015, while the cost of an $800,000 home has risen by 16% in the same period, according with the Nars report.
And in 2015, prices for new homes jumped 9.4% from the year before.
But there are a lot of other factors working against the average home owner, including the number and type of mortgages being taken out.
The U.K. has a lot going for it, as the country has a relatively low number of homeowners.
According to the Bank of England, the total number of home buyers in the U., including renters, was 6.6 million in 2015.
But that number has more than tripled in the past three years.
It’s estimated that the total total of all home purchases was almost 1.3 trillion pounds ($1.6 trillion) in 2015 — or almost five times what it was a year before, according in the Bank.
It’s a pretty tough time for homeowners, and the cost to build a home is not exactly cheap.
The cost of owning a home in the UK has risen sharply in recent years, according.
The country has seen record levels of home foreclosures, according The Times, and many homeowners are trying to sell their homes, but the costs can be prohibitive.
The National Association says that home values are on the rise in some areas of the country.
But home prices are still falling in some other parts of the United Kingdom.
In 2016, the cost for a typical home in England was $9,700, but in the most expensive parts of England it was $3,500.
The cheapest parts of Britain saw the cost climb by a full $2,000.
And prices for a detached home in some parts of London and Bristol went up an astounding 12%.
The U of A recently reported that its average cost to buy in the City of London rose by 15% in just one year, and prices for homes in the rest of the U of S. were up just 1%.
The national median home value fell by nearly 15% last year, but there were many parts of America that saw price increases, according an analysis by The National Foundation for Community Housing.
The median price for one- and two-family homes in New York City, which has a population of more than 11 million, rose by nearly 11%.
And in San Francisco, home values rose by 18% in 2016.
And the cost continues to rise.
Home prices in New England have increased by almost 15% over the past year.
Prices in some smaller cities have even increased.
In 2015 alone, median home values in Connecticut were up 23% over last year.
And average home values across the United State are up 20% over 2015.
Home prices in some of the most desirable