This news is somewhat hopeful for people who have been able to snag themselves a decent salary.
For everybody else caught in the hamster wheel of hard work for meager pay . . . Recent news regarding housing affordability isn't so great.
Take a peek . . .
"The median rent price in the Kansas City metro is $978 and (workers) earn a median income of $69,240. That means the rent-to-income ratio is 17%. Experts recommend spending less than 30% of gross monthly income on rent."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rent prices are skyrocketing across the country, but Kansas City may actually be one of the best places to live if you plan on renting for the near future. Real estate data company Clever released a new report showing rent prices in the U.S.