Well not to hijack the thread completely off topic of what happens when unwanted pregnancies become people and need a roof overhead, but somebody has to be a trailer baby in order to let the Wall Street Journal write and bother to send out notifications of its latest offering about the limited inventory of "starter housing" in the USA....
A shortage of small, single-family homes leaves some first-time buyers frustrated and out of luck in a hot housing market.
Mind you as even the WSJ piece's author notes, the article could basically have been written five decades ago. However, it's coming to the attention of what's left of the middle class now, since the ongoing combination of construction developers favoring bigger and higher priced offerings, plus American wage stagflation and evaporation of good jobs means that millennials who already put off marriage and family-making well into their 30s are now discovering there's nothing to buy in the range of typical first-time houses for young couples, not even well off young couples with two good incomes.
I mean does five hundred thousand dollars sound like a starter house? Trailers could start looking good well below that point for plenty of gainfully employed Americans who'd like to start a family.