Median Home Price Hit New High in June

The median price for existing homes skyrocketed in June, hitting an all-time high of more than $363,000. Home sales went up too after four straight months of declines. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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26 thoughts on “Median Home Price Hit New High in June

  1. Law of supply and demand if people have more money then you have more people competing for the same limited resources. More money = higher prices higher inflation higher gas higher food rent, higher taxes, flooding the system with money crushes the poor and uneducated and makes the wealthy wealthier, Basic math higher wages higher cost of living due to limited supply.

  2. The REAL story Is WHO is buying these homes. Too bad there aren't enough journalists writing about that because it's not people but corporations and yet is another problem pushing society to the brink and more over the cliff into poverty.

  3. Fun Fact: The number of people experiencing homelessness nationwide increased by two percent between 2019 and 2020, or 12,751 more people. This marks the fourth consecutive year that total homelessness has increased in the United States.

  4. How you can buy a house that cost 163,000 thausound of dolars but if someone is a millonaire can buy that house waooo that is very expensive that people ho sell thoese house they have to put lowor price like 15,000

  5. The only problem is you can sell for big money but you have to buy right back into the same insanity…so few people really win, unless you are moving from an extremely expensive state/city to somewhere much more reasonable

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