A recent Freddie Mac analysis shows that the U.S. is short approximately 2.5 million homes needed to keep up with current demand. From 1968 to 2008, a span of 40 years, there was only one year in which fewer new housing units were built than in 2017. And wage growth is just now keeping up with house price appreciation, for the first time in seven years.
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