The New Housing Crisis: Shut Out Of The MarketTen years ago, people were losing their homes during the Great Recession. Now, people who want to buy a home are being shut out of the market because of a lack of homes and rising prices.
The New Housing Crisis: Shut Out Of The Market
A lack of homes and rising prices are shutting out people who want to buy.
New construction rises over an empty field in Meridian, a suburb of Boise, Idaho. Today, home values have rebounded, but people who want to buy a new home are often priced out of the market.
Kyle Green for NPR