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The house in Raleigh that was purchased by a California man in 2012 is one of the most expensive in the state, according to a new analysis by the National Association of Realtors.

The home in downtown Raleigh sells for $1.3 million and the median price for a home is $1,965,000, according a report by RealtyTrac.

In contrast, the median value for a new home in the United States in 2016 was $1 million, according the report.

The North Carolina home, a 4,900-square-foot home, was purchased in August 2012 by Mark Delaney, who bought it with a loan from a local bank.

The buyer later sold it and transferred ownership to his sister.

According to the report, the home has a $1-million mortgage.

It is the second home of Delaney to go up for auction.

In 2014, a home on West Main Street in Charlotte sold for $2.5 million.

The median home price in the Charlotte area was $3.2 million, the report said.

The house was built in 1928 and has an open-air roof and an 18-foot-high roof.

The property has an estimated value of $1 and has been vacant since 2013, the Realty Trac report said, adding that there was no foreclosure in that time.

The owner is not listed in the report as he is still trying to sell the home.

The average price for single-family homes in the Raleigh area was about $400,000 last year, according an analysis by Realtor.com.

The report said that the home is worth about $2 million.

The house in Raleigh that was purchased by a California man in 2012 is one of the most expensive in…