Median-priced homes aren't affordable in 74% of U.S. housing markets

The average wage earner can’t afford a median-priced home in 74% of U.S. markets, according to a new study from ATTOM Data Solutions. According ATTOM's 2019 U.S. Home Affordability Report, median home prices in the third quarter of 2019 were not affordable for average wage earners in 371 of 498 U.S. counties analyzed. The largest populated counties where a median-priced home in Q3 of 2019 was not affordable for average wage earners included Los Angeles County, California; Cook County, Illinois; Maricopa County, Arizona; San Diego County, California; and Orange County, California. These are some of the 67% of markets where it requires at least 30% of wages to buy a home.

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