CHARTS for Tuesday Tea Time → July 27, 2021
U.S. home prices continue their ascent. National housing costs increased 16.6% over the past year, as reported in today’s Case-Shiller report. So, is the cost of buying a home still in reach for most Americans? How expensive is our residential property compared to other nations globally? The follow charts convey the message that Americans, relatively speaking, are getting a pretty good deal.
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