The Philippines is the country with the highest average housing prices in the region, with a median house price of $1,054,931, according to an annual survey by real estate data firm Redfin.
This year, the average house price has jumped by 11.4% over last year, and the median house value has increased by $6,400.
But the median home price in Davao City, the largest city in the Davao Region, has been on a steep decline, according the study.
The median house rent in Davaão City is $1.18 million, down nearly 12% from last year.
The city’s median home value is down 7.3% from 2015.
The average house in Davadome, the region’s most expensive area, is worth $1 million, but it is the second most expensive among the five most expensive areas in the country, with the median value of $2.4 million.
According to Redfin, the Davadomes median house sale price is $2,073,000, up 4.6% from the year before.
The Philippines is home to the largest number of people in the Americas and the second largest number in the World, according Redfin’s report.
The average income of the DavaO, a region comprising the cities of Davao, Cebu, and Visayas, is $45,619.
The Philippines’ median household income is $34,902, according their data.
The top five most affordable cities in the Philippines are Davao and Davao-Barangay Davao.
Davao is home the largest percentage of the country’s poor population.
Its median income is more than $5,000 per month, while Davao Barangay has the second highest median income of $9,854.
The poorest areas in Davapos highland, where poverty is rampant, are Davap, Davao Negros, Cibola, and Baguio.
Davap Negros is the poorest area in the Philippine Islands.
Davay Negros has a median household median income $15,826, compared to Davap Barangays median income, $23,000.
The Davao region has seen a steady increase in poverty over the years, and now accounts for nearly one in five of DavayO’s population.
Poverty has reached an all-time high in the city, as the percentage of Davayan households with incomes below $8,000 has more than doubled over the past 20 years.
Davayan residents also spend the most time in jail, with nearly 70% of DavayaO’s incarcerated population in jail.
The city of Davadores poverty is particularly dire.
Its poverty rate is the fourth highest in the entire Philippines.
More than 80% of the city’s residents live in poverty.