NAHB Releases 2023 State and Local Priced-Out Estimates
NAHB’s 2023 priced out estimates — showing how higher prices and interest rates affect housing affordability — show that 96.5 million households are unable to afford a median-priced new home in 2023 because their incomes are insufficient to qualify for the required mortgage under standard underwriting criteria.
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What You Need to Know
Creating Housing for All Toolkit
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The Public Weighs In
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