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Housing Markets More ‘Affordable’ Than ‘Unaffordable’ For Millennials

Initial mortgage payments are already affordable to millennials in 73 out of the 100 largest housing markets in the country, according to Trulia—in other words, the initial mortgage payments make up 20 percent or less out of that household’s monthly income. In 17 out of the largest housing markets, however, a median price home is defined as unaffordable to millennials.

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Texas Leads Healthiest Housing Markets

Although the housing market was one of the main drivers of the crisis on the U.S. economy, the housing sector has made significant recovery and cities are beginning to find their footing in the market again.

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Housing Markets Edge Closer to Normal Levels


The housing market is slowly but surely inching closer to normal levels with the help of economic and job growth, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Leading Markets Index released Thursday.

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