Affordable housing in U.S. suburbs - by income group

The graph shows the rental housing stock in U.S. suburbs by income group in 2009. 30.6 housing units per 100 renters were affordable, available, and adequate for extremely low-income renters.

Rental housing stock in U.S. suburbs in 2009, by AMI* income group

Income of 0-30% AMIIncome of 0-50% AMIIncome of 0-80% AMI
Affordable60.9%97%139.4%
Affordable and available32.4%61.9%102.2%
Affordable, available, and adequate30.6%57.8%95.5%
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Sources

Release date

February 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

Supplementary notes

* According to the source, AMI is Area Median Income.

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