Here’s an interesting tidbit on the least significant digits of house prices.
In Nevada, the last non-zero number in the selling price of a house is a lucky seven 37 percent more often than in the rest of the country. 777 is used three times more often than in the rest of the country. … In neighborhoods with a majority of Asian people, the asking price for homes ends in the lucky number eight 20 percent of the time, compared with 4 percent in other neighborhoods.
From “While we’re at it” by David Mills, First Things, January 2013.