Middle-Income Households Typically Fare Well on Housing Measures Except in Some High-Cost Metros

A report by the Brookings Institution, Cost, crowding, commuting? Housing stress on the middle class, finds that middle-income households in the U.S. on average fare well on three measures of housing stress: affordability, crowding (home size), and commute times.

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