California is home to nine of the 10 least affordable U.S. metro areas in the third quarter, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index released this week. The Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, Calif., metro area ranked as the least affordable, according to the index, with 1.8 percent of homes in the area affordable for median-income households. Bay City, Mich., ranked as the most affordable U.S. metro area in the third quarter, with 90 percent of homes affordable for median-income households, and Indianapolis, Ind., ranked as the most affordable large metro area, with 85.9 percent of homes affordable to median-income households. In Indianapolis, the median household income was $65,100 in the third quarter, and the median sales price of al...
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