Unattainable American Dream: House Prices Soar Wages Do Not


by Lauren L. on May 31, 2014 | Views: 139 | Score: 2
Median Price for HouseReal Median Income
19848001747181
19858427548063
19869223349764
198710467550389
198811335050776
198912038351681
199012227550994
199112001749529
199212130049122
199312614248884
199413040849429
199513343350978
199613976751720
199714505052784
199815197554702
199915984256080
200016654255987
200117260854766
200218502554127
200319138354079
200421781753891
200523420854486
200624306754892
200724374255627
200823040853644
200921450053285
201022124251893
201122431751100
201224210851017
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Lauren L.
Lauren L. on May 31, 2014 12:56 AM said:

American homeownership has been considered a prerequisite of living the American Dream. Yet over the past thirty years a concerning trend has become apparent; while the median price for homes is drastically rising, the median household income has been dismally stagnant. If the trend continues, homeownership for future generations may be a luxury rather than a standard.

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