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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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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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Average American Homeowner Rents for Five Years Before Buying a Home

The average American homeowner was able to purchase their first home at nearly 29 years old, according to a new survey from Shane Co.'s The Loupe. The survey revealed that the average homeowner rents for roughly five years before purchasing a home, while more than 25% of respondents believe it's now impossible to afford a home as a single person in the current housing market.

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Homeownership Access Remains Hampered by High Home Prices

According to a new survey from Arrived, Americans are seeking financial security and stability from homeownership, but many remain hindered by unaffordability. Nearly 80% of Gen Zers report home prices are their biggest barrier to entering the housing market and purchasing a home.

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