The New Housing Crisis: Shut Out Of The Market Ten 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.
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The New Housing Crisis: Shut Out Of The Market

A lack of homes and rising prices are shutting out people who want to buy.

Southerland says she dreams about buying a home in Bolton Hill, where it's quiet and culturally diverse. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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In Baltimore, The Gap Between White And Black Homeownership Persists

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New homes are being built in the suburbs outside Boise, Idaho. The demand for new homes in Boise is nearly 10 times the number that are actually being built. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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We Asked: How Is The Homeownership Crisis Affecting You?

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One of the many abandoned homes outside Ogallala, Neb. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Rural America Faces A Crisis In 'Adequate Housing'

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