Chico, California — You’ve probably seen the commercials.
There’s the one where a young woman is in her car and sees a guy with a big truck.
She stops to look at the truck, then a guy in a hoodie walks up and says, “I got your attention.”
You know what?
That truck was real.
The guy in the hoodie isn’t a real truck, he’s a fictional one.
It’s the first time in a while, real-life real estate is becoming real.
In fact, it’s happening right here in California.
Real estate prices have soared more than 80% over the last decade, outpacing all other states, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors.
And that growth has been driven by the demand for housing in this state.
In addition to California’s housing bust, it is also a prime spot for developers to build housing because of the vast number of housing units available in this part of the country.
In fact, the region is home to about 3.5 million homes that are currently available for rent or sale.
The most popular rental markets are in the South Bay, including the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and in the North Bay, particularly the Mission and Fremont areas.
“Chico has been one of the hottest markets for housing since we began tracking it in 2008,” said Nancy Estrada, senior vice president of real estate research at the NAR.
“As the population grows, the demand is expected to continue to increase, and as a result, the supply of new housing is also growing.
It’s an exciting time for Chico.”
Real estate experts say that a boom in the number of units available is due in large part to a strong population boom in recent years.
According to a 2017 report by the National Assn.
of Realty Investors, there are currently over 3.4 million people in Chico.
That means that about 4 million more people live in Chippewa County than in any other county in the state.
Chico is also one of three counties that had a growth in the population in the last 10 years.
In the previous 10 years, the area grew by about 700 people.
One of the most impressive numbers is the increase in the share of the Chico population that is foreign-born.
According to the report, more than half of Chico’s population is foreign born, compared to just over 10 percent in the other two counties.
Estrada said that Chico has always had a strong housing market.
We had the first apartment building in the county, and the first single family home for nearly 50 years, and it’s a great place to live.
So, it has a lot of characteristics that are going to attract people to the area, she said.
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In fact the growth in Chicos population has been particularly pronounced in the past two years.
According, the number is expected be about 7.5% in 2019, which would make it the fourth fastest-growing region in the country in terms of population.
That growth has also been driven in part by a strong economic boom.
In 2016, the Chicopas economy expanded by an estimated $10.7 billion, making it the third-largest economic region in California behind San Francisco and Los Angeles.
But the real estate boom has also benefited a growing number of people.
According a report by Moody’s Analytics, the median household income in Chichizo is $57,000.
That’s higher than the national average of $50,600.
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