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Home Price Still 30-40% Too High | Nick Gerli
Adam Taggart

Well, the average home price in America remains just about as unaffordable as it's ever been.

In fact, a recent report from real estate data provider ATTOM examined the median home prices last year for roughly 575 U.S. counties and found that home prices in 99% of those areas are beyond the reach of the average income earner.

And to add insult to injury, 30-year fixed mortgage rates just rose back above 7%.

So, what lies ahead for home prices in 2024?

To find out, we welcome housing analyst Nick Gerli, founder of re:venture Consulting and creator of the new re:venture APP back to the program.

To hear Nick’s predictions for where housing is headed, click here or on the image below:

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Adam is the President and Co-Founder of Peak Prosperity. He wears many hats, but his basic job is to handle the business side of things so that his fellow co-founder, Chris Martenson, is free to think and write.

Adam is an experienced Silicon Valley internet executive and Stanford MBA. Prior to partnering with Chris (Adam was General Manager of our earlier site,, he was a Vice President at Yahoo!, a company he served for nine years. Before that, he did the 'startup thing' (, sold to CNET in 2001). As a fresh-faced graduate from Brown University in the early 1990s, Adam got a first-hand look at all that was broken with Wall Street as an investment banking analyst for Merrill Lynch.

Most importantly, he's a devoted husband and dad.

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