Shared: You Must Make At Least $137,129 A Year To Afford A Home In San Francisco (Huffington Post)

By Hunter Stuart

You need to make a gross salary of at least $137,129 a year to be able to afford the base costs of owning a median-priced home in San Francisco, according to a new report from mortgage-tracker HSH Associates. | Mitchell Funk via Getty Images

You need to make a gross salary of at least $137,129 a year to be able to afford the base costs of owning a median-priced home in San Francisco, according to a new report from mortgage-tracker HSH Associates. | Mitchell Funk via Getty Images

You'd better get a promotion (or six) if you ever want to afford even a moderately-priced home in San Francisco.

You need make at least $137,129 a year (before taxes) to afford a home in the Fog City, which according to a new report is the most expensive city in the country for home buyers.

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