Middle class African-Americans, Hispanics, priced out of home ownership in largest U.S. metros



Just 18 percent of homes listed for sale in the U.S.’s 30 biggest metro areas were affordable for middle-class Hispanic families in 2016, and just 14 percent were within the financial reach of African-American families

Are Canada’s cities on the verge of a housing crisis?



The real estate market in the Canadian cities of Toronto and Vancouver is red hot right now, but with the average detached home selling for over $1 million, a growing number of people are being priced out of the market.

NAHB Study Reveals 200K Buyers Priced Out For Every $1K Increase



For every $1,000 increase in the cost of median-priced new homes, an estimated 206,269 households are pushed out of the market, according to a new study by the National Association of Home Builders.

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