Affordable housing crisis pushing students away from homeownership

studentsIs the 2.5-hour commute the new normal?

By Kelsey Ramírez | HousingWire

Imagine waking up long before the sun comes up, and going to bed long after it sets every day. Imagine getting five hours of sleep each night while balancing a full-time job and your school load. Imagine waking up every morning thinking, “Only 1,460 more days of this.” Starting to get the picture? Then you may see what it feels like to be a student in today’s housing market.

Students in California are forced to commute, in some cases, up to five hours a day just to get to and from school since they can’t afford the high rent prices near campus.

The housing market is failing those who need it the most, those who will be the future of the market.

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