"The National Association of Realtors Housing Affordability Index measures how much purchasing power a median-income family needs in order to buy a median-priced home, using conventional mortgage financing.
This measure stood at 206 in January, which meant that the typical family has more than double the income needed to purchase an average home. That reading is more than twice the 102.7 at the peak of the bubble in July 2006."
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