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The American dream of buying a home has become increasingly out of reach for many Americans. The Department of Housing and Urban Development reports that the median sales price of a new, single-family home was $416,300 in May 2023, compared to just $84,300 in 1985. This significant increase in the cost of real estate has led to Americans purchasing homes later in life. In 1981, the average age of a first-time homebuyer was 29, but in recent years, that age has jumped to 35.

Several factors have contributed to this shift. One major factor is the national debt, which now exceeds $34 trillion and has fueled inflation and economic instability. Additionally, the Biden administration’s policies, including allowing as many as 10 million illegal aliens into the country, have further strained local and state economies. Despite these challenges, prospective homebuyers can find hope in the stories of recent young homeowners shared on the “Problematic Women” podcast.

On a recent episode of the podcast, the hosts discussed why the White House focused on “transgender visibility” rather than celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday. They also highlighted Florida’s progress in protecting unborn babies and marked an important development in the ongoing debate around abortion rights. The podcast also featured a “Problematic Woman of the Week,” showcasing individuals who challenge traditional norms and societal expectations.

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