In the United States, some are native born, some immigrate, but all are unified in pursuing the American Dream.
For most, that includes owning a home. But according to a new report on housing affordability from real estate firm Trulia, there are some places in the country where even doctors struggle when it comes to home buying.
A combination of home prices on the rise and inventory at historic lows has pushed homeownership further and further away from middle-income Americans.
Nationwide, the average American worker earns $37,040 annually, while the median cost of a home is $254,900. This is another compelling reason why there are trillions of dollars in opportunities for manufactured housing, per the report earlier this week by Soheyla Kovach.
The full story on the Trulia report is available at MHLivingNews, linked here. ##
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Report submitted by RC Williams to the Daily Business News, MHProNews.