RealtyTrac: 21 Percent of Markets Now Less Affordable Than Historical Average

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The report aims to catch early signs of a bubble

December 04, 2014

A study by RealtyTrac looks into county-level housing markets with warning signs of a possible home price bubble.
 
Of the 475 U.S. counties analyzed, 98 counties with a combined population of nearly 62 million had an October affordability percentage that was higher than the county’s historical average.
 
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