Trulia: Home affordability slips for middle class

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A study from Trulia that examined housing affordability nationwide found that in D.C. proper, about 45 percent of homes are considered affordable for the middle class, a relatively high number for a major metropolitan area.. For the study, Trulia measured affordability "as the share of homes for sale on Trulia within reach of a middle-class household."

Equally important, many longstanding middle- and working-class neighborhoods are disappearing. Teachers, firemen, and police officers are struggling to afford homes in many American cities, according.

A new study from Trulia shows that about 62 percent of homes for sale in the DC area are in reach of the middle class. The study, which uses data from the rather large DC metro area, puts the region’s median middle class income at $88,865 and from there calculates that an affordable home would be priced at $441,000.

 · Barely 1 in 5 L.A. homes affordable to middle class, study finds A median-income household in L.A. County can afford just 22% of homes for sale, according to.

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Click to enlarge Multiple offers, bidding wars, waived inspections-this is the reality for many house hunters in Seattle’s hot real-estate market. With the King County median home price now at $420,000-a 12 percent jump in the past year-the American dream of home ownership may seem increasingly out of reach for middle-class.

Middle class will struggle to buy a home this year. a separate study of home affordability by real estate website Trulia found. But the middle class is being priced out of median priced homes.

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Reaffirming the results in earlier heartland monitor polls, most of those surveyed said the middle class. afford to dine out (37 percent each); pay their bills without accumulating debt (47 percent.