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"This Is Why You Can’t Afford a House"

Take a guess.

The regions with the deepest declines in housing affordability, notes William Fischel, an economist at Dartmouth College, tend to employ stringent land-use regulations, a notion recently seconded by Jason Furman, chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisors.

It's how you get a situation like this: "I work in Silicon Valley for a 6-figure household income, but I don't have nearly as much money as you think".

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