Housing affordability little changed

HOUSINGWORKSRI said Tuesday that households earning the state's median income could afford housing in nine communities, above in orange. For a larger version, click <a href=here. / HOUSINGWORKSRI" title="HOUSINGWORKSRI said Tuesday that households earning the state's median income could afford housing in nine communities, above in orange. For a larger version, click here. / HOUSINGWORKSRI"/>
HOUSINGWORKSRI said Tuesday that households earning the state's median income could afford housing in nine communities, above in orange. For a larger version, click here. / HOUSINGWORKSRI
PROVIDENCE – Buying a home remains out of reach for the average Rhode Island household in most of the state’s communities, according to HousingWorksRI’s annual report released Tuesday. A household earning the state’s median income – $54,119 – during the second quarter of 2011 could afford to purchase a median-priced, single-family home in nine of…

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