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Q2 Housing Affordability Down Across Large U.S. Metros

Even the most affordable metro areas analyzed in NerdWallet's latest Q2 housing activity report experienced price increases that decreased overall affordability, as rising home prices and high interest rates continue to make the homebuying process even more difficult for potential first-time buyers.

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Rising Home Prices Fueled by Ongoing Supply Shortage

Redfin's latest housing market update showed that the total share of homes on the market is down nearly 18% year-over-year, representing the biggest decline since February 2022. A significant lack of homes for sale caused home prices to rise nearly 5% annually, as mortgage-purchase applications remain at their lowest level in nearly three decades.

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Nationwide Home Prices Up 5% YoY

U.S. home prices experienced the biggest increase in 10 months due in part to a significant lack of inventory, increasing 5% year-over-year. Meanwhile, homes in the popular Miami metro surged 17% from last year.

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HUD Makes $113M in Affordable Housing Vouchers Available Across U.S.

"Housing choice vouchers are some of the strongest tools we have to help families find stable and affordable housing," said U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge. "This year, HUD found that rents rose once again, accentuating the strain on costs for American families.”

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