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Quarterly house price to income ratio in the U.S. 2014-2019

House price to income ratio in the United States from 4th quarter 2014 to 1st quarter 2019

by Jennifer Rudden, last edited Aug 9, 2019
Quarterly house price to income ratio in the U.S. 2014-2019 In the first quarter of 2019, the house price to income ratio in the U.S. amounted to 108 percent. This ratio was calculated by dividing nominal house prices by nominal disposable income per head. The ratio has been gradually increasing since late 2014, which means that house prices have been rising faster than income.
Stagnant wages

Average annual real wages steadily rose until 2014 but have since remained stagnant. However, single-family house prices have continued to increase. This disparity has resulted in decreased housing affordability.

Average wages needed to buy home

The share of wages needed to buy a median priced home in the Unites States has been steadily increasing since 2012. This trend is reflected in the house price to income ratio as well. The availability of affordable housing will become more important, if the price to income ratio continues to develop in this way.
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House price to income ratio in the United States from 4th quarter 2014 to 1st quarter 2019

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