Middle-class Workers in California are Struggling to Find Homes They Can Afford

The Pasadena Star-News

By Kevin Smith –

Oscar Sol has spent the past five months searching for a home he can afford to buy. But so far, he has struck out. “I’m looking for a condo or town home, something in the price range of $300,000 to $350,000,” the 37-year-old North Hollywood resident said. “Homes are too expensive here so now I’m looking in Santa Clarita.”

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