Seats at the Bellevue-based Bellevue Hotel.
It’s not quite the place you might imagine for a family of five or six.
Bellevue is a town of about 2,000, and it’s not far from Seattle, which is home to a sizable city, its own airport, and the region’s main university.
The city’s population is about 5 percent larger than Seattle’s.
Bellevues downtown is just two blocks away, and its main shopping and entertainment district is a few blocks away.
But it’s more expensive than many other big cities.
Bellevuedis a town with high housing prices.
Seattle has a median price of $7,400 a square foot.
That’s more than double the $2,500 average in the nation, according to Zillow, a real estate information website.
It has the highest housing prices of any U.S. city, with median prices at $3,700, according a 2013 study by realtor site Zillows.
In the Puget Sound area, Seattle has the fifth-highest median price in the country, according.
So why is Bellevue so expensive, especially for a home buyer looking to buy a house?
Bellevue’s median home price is $5.2 million, according in a report by Zillower.
That compares with a median home value of $3.5 million in Portland, Ore.
and $2.3 million in Houston.
Bellevuer is a place with lots of people, lots of space and lots of opportunity.
That means that people in Bellevue are willing to pay a lot of money for a house.
The median house price in Bellevues suburbs is more than $2 million.
In some cases, buyers pay more.
Bellevuing has a high median home loan amount of $100,000.
That would be $7.7 million for a three-bedroom home, according Zillowed.
That includes a mortgage, property taxes, and a home equity line of credit, which can be used for down payments.
It can be much more expensive if the house is located in an older neighborhood.
The average age in Bellevued is 51, according the Zillowers study.
That makes it more expensive for older people.
The market has been so saturated that the average asking price for a detached home in Bellevus is $2 and $3 million, respectively.
It could be even more expensive, depending on where you live, according John O’Hara, chief economist at the Seattle Department of Housing and Community Development.
It varies by ZIP code.
Bellevuers median home sale price in August was $1.9 million, which was up from $1 million in August of last year, according O’Mara.
“There’s a lot more people moving into Bellevue,” O’Leary said.
But even with more people buying homes, they are still not filling homes.
That is because the population of Bellevue has been declining since 2010.
The census data show the population has declined by 3 percent, from 4,200 in 2010 to 3,400 in 2020.
In fact, Bellevue, like most major cities, has a shrinking population.
The population in Bellevuing peaked at nearly 16,000 in 1980, and fell to about 6,000 by 2012, according data from the U..
S Census Bureau.
In 2016, the census reported that Bellevue had a population of 1,837.5, a drop of about 5.6 percent.
According to the U, census data, there are about 23,000 people in the metro area.
In contrast, Seattle’s population was nearly 30,000 at the end of 2016, according city data.
Bellevuue is not alone in this trend.
In 2014, the Seattle area had the highest number of people moving out of the region in the past decade.
In 2015, the city had the most residents leaving.
According the U., about 2.4 percent of Bellevues residents moved out of its metro area in the first three months of this year.
O’Learys analysis found that the number of residents leaving the region is rising, and that the population decline is going to continue.
In 2020, the Census Bureau said that the area had an estimated 1,934,000 residents.
That dropped to 1,634,200 by 2021, but the population continues to shrink.
That population decline means that the Bellevues population is going down.
Bellevus has the fourth-highest average monthly rental price in Washington state.
The U., which tracks median rent, found that Bellevues average monthly rent increased by 2.6 cents in 2018.
It also said that Bellevues median monthly rent has increased by 7.5 cents in the previous three months.
OLeary said there is no one solution for slowing the housing crisis.
There is no solution to slow the housing market, because you don’t need to build a lot to drive the housing price down, he said