How to save money by buying a home with an eye on affordability

If you’re looking for a new home, you might want to look for an older home, too.

That’s according to a new study by the real estate research firm Zillow, which estimates that the average home is going to cost $300,000 to $500,000 less than a similar property in the same price range, and that those savings can be as much as 30% or more.

The median home price in the United States is $310,000, according to ZillOW.

That means if you’re paying a $300-million house in San Francisco, that same house is going for $265,000 in the San Jose market.

So a $350,000 home would be worth about $1,500, or $150 less than what you’d pay for a similar home in San Jose, according a Zillows analysis of real estate listings.

The study also found that older homes are often more expensive to buy, and if you want to save as much money as possible, you can either sell your house outright or lease it.

The median selling price in San Diego is $350 million, according the Zilloview analysis.

The San Francisco market is selling for $285 million, or roughly $2,400 less than the median price in this same neighborhood, according Zillowitz.

The average lease price in these markets is about $900,000 per year, according Nardi Associates, which tracks the prices of realtors.

So you’d need to make about $10,000 a year in income to be able to pay for an average two-bedroom home, the firm says.