Buying a house isn't easy. But finding an affordable place to rent may be even more difficult.
The spring home-buying season was unusually quiet, which was not shocking after the federal government raised interest rates. But renters are finding themselves scrambling more than ever to find an affordable place to live.
Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Robert Shiller, Yale economist.
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