Americans Have Purchased Entry Level Homes For Decades. But Now They're Becoming Scarce
For generations, Americans have built wealth by purchasing no-frills starter homes. But these entry-level homes have become scarce and it’s preventing many young people from becoming homeowners.
NPR’s Uri Berliner reports.
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