The data is pretty conclusive: The more expensive your city is, the more expensive it is to live there.
That is according to a report released Thursday by the Federal Reserve, which found the median price of a home in New York City has risen 13.4% over the past decade.
But it is not just the housing market that has risen in the city.
The report found that the median value of homes in the United States has also risen by about 11% over that time period.
That means the median income in New Yorkers has dropped by over $4,000.
For people who make more than $75,000 a year, that is roughly a 30% drop in income.
In New York, median family income dropped by more than 25% between 2007 and 2015, the report said.
In Washington, median income fell by 7.6% between 2015 and 2019, according to the report.
And in San Francisco, median household income fell nearly 9% between 2011 and 2016.
The median price for a home is a measure of how much a home can be sold for.
A home is valued at its current market value, which is how much it costs to buy it.
That price can be adjusted downward or upwards to make sure it is still affordable to those who would buy it, according the report, released by the Fed.
The study also looked at median household incomes, which were also affected by the housing crash, and how much of a drop in median income people saw.
The data shows that the bottom 10% of earners saw their median household earnings drop by 4.5% between 2008 and 2015.
For the top 10% earners, the number dropped by 11.4%.
That is roughly equivalent to a 10% drop for people making $100,000 or more.
For those earning $50,000 to $75 and $20,000, their median earnings fell by 4%.
For the middle 10% who make less than $30,000 and less than half of those earning more than that, the median earnings dropped by 9.8%.
For people earning $10,000 in the middle and more than half the people earning less than that and less then half of the people making more than those, their earnings dropped 7.5%.
For those making less than 30,000 dollars a year and making less then 25% of the population, their wages dropped by 5.2%.
For a family of four making $30 to $50 million a year it dropped by about 6.9%.
For an average family of three making $10 million a month, their incomes dropped 7%.
Those numbers are pretty stark.
The decline in median incomes is particularly striking for people with children.
The drop in earnings for parents with children is so large, the study found, that the poverty rate for children in the U.S. was almost three times higher than it is for adults.
For parents with incomes above $75 a month and $30 million in earnings, the poverty rates for children were 14% higher than for adults, according, to the study.
That gap widened for children of color, according.
The U.K. was also hit hard by the financial crisis, with a loss of nearly 40% of its population since 2010.
For that reason, the United Kingdom is the only country in the world where the median household wealth was less in 2014 than it was in 2010, according a report from the UBS Bank.