Only 51% of Southern California households can ‘afford’ entry-level home with ‘generous’ mortgage

Only 51% of Southern California households can ‘afford’ entry-level home with ‘generous’ mortgage OC Register Just 51% of Southern California households can comfortably buy an entry-level home – and they’d need to earn at least $70,090 annually, according to a California Association of Realtors first-time buyer financing index.

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Only 60% of Inland Empire households can ‘afford’ entry-level home with ‘generous’ mortgage Income of $50,260 was needed for $1,680 payment on a $310,250 home.

Only 51% of Southern California households can afford’ entry-level home with generous’ mortgage – Just 51% of Southern California households can comfortably buy an entry-level home – and they’d need to earn at least $70,090.

There are two different questions: How do people afford to move to California, and how do people afford to live in California. You want the answer to the first question, and frankly I don’t know the answer. But I do know how many of us afford to live in California. We’ve been here a long time, and bought houses when they were much, much cheaper.

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Affordability was lowest in San Francisco, with only 17% of would-be buyers actually able to afford a home purchase where the median was a hefty $902,420. Conversely, 69% could afford to buy a home in once hard-hit San Bernardino County, where the median price was just $169,760 last quarter.

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As the older homeowners die (many of us are over 70 already), we will be home to only newcomers who can afford the $2+ million median home. or continue down the current path that once allowed.

And Southern California struggles to keep housing costs in check. For example, only 51% of Southern California households can afford an entry-level home even using a mortgage with generous.

Dr. Housing Bubble Blog focusing on real estate and investing. Yet there are many people pinching pennies to make the mortgage payment in hopes that bubble-day California home prices are only around the corner.. 50 percent of California households with a mortgage cannot afford the home.

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