Black and Hispanic homebuyers have a harder time finding homes they can afford in Denver than in the rest of the country as a whole, according to a new analysis from Zillow.
The real estate website looked at median income data for several racial groups – white, Hispanic, Asian, black and all groups – and found that nationwide, the typical buyer could afford about 74 percent of homes listed for sale in 2017.
That number drops to 55 percent for black buyers and 65 percent for Hispanic buyers. White buyers could afford nearly 78 percent of homes nationwide and Asian buyers could afford 85 percent. READ MORE DENVER 7 ABC