“In Nearly 70% Of US Counties, The Average Worker Can’t Afford To Buy A Home”

“Housing, as we’ve pointed out in the past, is perhaps the most reliable bellwether of widening economic inequality in the US. And in its latest quarterly report on housing affordability in the US, ATTOM discovered that median-priced homes aren’t affordable to average wage earners in an astounding 68% of US housing markets…”

https://www.prisonplanet.com/in-nearly-70-of-us-counties-the-average-worker-cant-afford-to-buy-a-home.html

Translation: Unless a person lives in the top 30% of US counties they can’t afford a House.

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