Average earners getting squeezed out of Sacramento region’s tight housing market

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Middle-income earners in San Francisco make too much to qualify for most subsidized affordable housing, but don’t earn enough to feasibly afford market-rate housing. This dilemma has taken.

By Howard Hardee. Chico’s tight housing market is especially difficult for low-income families and there’s little relief in sight. Published on March 9, 2017 as Feature Story in the Local Stories section of the Chico News & Review

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Nick Clegg referred to such a group as “alarm clock Britain – the bleary-eyed grafters struggling to raise families, while getting out to work. but have a large family to support with high housing.

“I thought I’d be getting gas here today, but I guess I’ll have to drive down the street.” Costcos throughout the region also stopped. continue to feel the squeeze. “We’re not going to wake up.

Relentless buyer demand throughout the entire four-county Greater Sacramento region is maintaining a tight squeeze on the resale housing market. At the end of May, 4,258 homes were left active and available for sale.. sales with the lowest average sales price for the region at $346,000.

So it’s natural that a lot of people would equate recessions with a housing collapse, but 2008 was a unique case, and today’s housing market in many ways is the complete inverse of the housing.

an average of 1.9 percent during the 3-year forecast period, led by growth in industries related to business ser- vices, health care, retail trade, and construction. Sales Market. The sales housing market in the HMA is slightly soft but improving, with an estimated vacancy rate of 1.8 percent, down from 2.4 percent in April 2010.

He explained that our "tight" market has well-off renters looking for the same housing as poorer tenants. "Folks that do have the income to pay the rent are, in a sense, being pitted against poorer folks," Foley said. landlords choose people with more income, of course. "And they’re pushing out the lower earners."

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