Jan 11, 2018

Housing Trends

Middle-Income Renters See Persistent Housing Cost Burdens

“I think you’re going to see more high-income renters—if the product is available,” says Byrum. “Before there were some tax savings, but now I’m not fixing my house, I’m not getting as big of a tax break, so maybe I’m just going to downsize and move out of my home. So that trend is going to continue.”

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