Why is housing unaffordable?
Millions of people have housing costs they can’t afford. As a result, they don’t have enough monthly income left over to pay for food, transportation, health care, and other essential living expenses. They may also be one missed paycheck away from eviction or foreclosure.
Why can’t these families find a place they can afford? There are four big reasons for this:
The first is that incomes for many workers are just too low compared to the cost of housing.
The second reason is closely related to the first: for-profit developers generally don’t respond to the demand for housing among lower-income households.
A third problem is that certain types of government regulation raise production costs and reduce the overall supply of all types of housing.
A final problem is a lack of government funding.
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