United States Census Bureau data shows Seattle has once again secured the title of America’s fastest-growing city.
However, this distinction comes at a steep price, as the Emerald City is also recognized as one of the most expensive places to live in the country. The average renter in the city is reportedly allocating a quarter of their income to cover housing expenses, a figure revealed by new data from Moody’s Analytics.
Capitol Hill renter Boscher Singvi tells KIRO 7′s Lauren Donovan at this rate, homeownership in the Seattle area is out of reach.
“All this money that you’re putting over for rent, it’s going to be very
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