High-cost units account for a bigger share of rentals

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Title

High-cost units account for a bigger share of rentals

Subject

Renter-Occupied Housing Units by Gross Rent (

Description

The chart depicted illustrates the progressive decline of lower-cost / affordable housing units. As affordable housing units in the Washington D.C area began to deplete, their was an escalated augmentation of housing with mionthly rent of $1,000.00. With this happening, essentially people who cannot afford this price range are forced to either intenstely struggle to survive or forced to leave the area, abandoning their native home..
Accounts for the time period of 2005- 2012

Creator

Tim Meko of Urban Institute

Source

American Community Survey data tabulated

Publisher

Urban Institute

Date

October 2014

Contributor

Written by Peter Taitan and Serena Lei
Research by Peter Taitan, Leah Hendrey, and Katya Abazjian
Visuals by Tim Meko

Rights

Copyright of Urban Institute. I do not own the rights to this source.

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