So far, the average price for a single family home in San Francisco (as suggested by blog readers) is eight hundred fifty thousand dollars.
And, oddly, the median is about the same number.
Voters in California guessed on the high end of the scale, and those in the Rust Belt guessed very low, indeed.
I'm going to keep voting going through the weekend, and report the actual numbers on Monday, which is coincidentally the day that we're submitting a bid on a lovely little cottage in Oakland.
We figure that the only way we could afford to live in San Francisco is if we moored a kayak to a rocky shore and started building house-boat out of toothpicks.