An annual income of $84,957 was needed to qualify to purchase the median priced U.S. home, which cost $248,000 in the third quarter of 2006, according to the Center of Housing Policy. This put homeownership beyond the median annual salaries of such solidly middle-class occupations as registered nurses (median salary $58,640), elementary school teachers ($47,104), police officers ($45,780), and accountants ($47,604). (click here)If we want America to be a nation of homeowners then that needs to change. What are your ideas for making housing more affordable?
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