Rising rental rates and stagnant salaries widen affordability gap

But in Melbourne and Sydney, some first homebuyers are faced with difficult choices: vast mortgages, vulnerable to interest rates rising; the prospect of moving. picture for Millennials, saying the.

As rents rise. affordability in the rental market, a gap that will continue to widen if no action is taken. Even as affordable units are made available to lower-income renters, they won’t stay that.

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MCLEAN, VA–(Marketwired – Oct 23, 2017) – A new report issued by Freddie Mac ( OTCQB : FMCC ) has found that over the past six years, the already-acute shortfall of affordable rental. rising costs.

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"That’s what we call the affordability gap," says John Kobs. Add to that several recent trends, from rising mortgage rates to stagnant pay, which have combined to discourage many people from buying.

At such high costs and higher interest rates, affordable housing is becoming a dream. do you think this would widen the gap between low-income and high-income households, pushing low-cost areas.

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"That’s what we call the affordability gap," says John Kobs. Add to that several recent trends, from rising mortgage rates to stagnant pay, which have combined to discourage many people from buying.

It is often pointed out that half of the residents of the City of Vancouver are renters, so homeownership should not be the goal, affordability should. Thus the city’s recent efforts to increase the.