What a difference a city makes. A new report published by the residential real estate site Trulia finds housing markets are following incomes into record. income growth alone couldn’t account for.
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Record income growth helps homebuyers in poorer cities Posted on September 15, 2016 by admin in News Trulia dissected new data from the U.S. Census Bureau that showed which metros had the highest income growth in 2015.
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Average income growth in the most expensive markets was 3.4%, only slightly higher than the 2.7% increase in prices. Why are incomes growing? It’s tough tell at this stage, but we’ll have a much better idea when individual ACS survey records are released later in the year.
Online real estate listing service Trulia took notice of recent wage growth statistics. Now, after crunching those numbers and matching it to home values available on their site, they say that bigger.