Saturday , 23 January 2021

One in Five Housing Markets Less Affordable than Their Historical Averages

By Tory Barringer

Out of 475 U.S. counties analyzed in the company’s latest real estate report, 98—21 percent—had a higher affordability percentage than their historical average. In addition, 58 counties—12 percent of all markets analyzed—posted a median price higher than their bubble-era peaks as values continue to rise.

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