6 Cities Where Rent Is Actually Affordable for the Average Income Earner

6 Cities Where Rent Is Actually Affordable for the Average Income Earner

Rent prices continue to rise at a much faster rate than wages,

Rent prices continue to rise at a much faster rate than wages,

making it increasingly difficult to find affordable places to rent in cities across America.

making it increasingly difficult to find affordable places to rent in cities across America.

According to a recent study conducted by Clever's Real Estate Witch,

According to a recent study conducted by Clever's Real Estate Witch,

rent prices increased 149 percent between 1985 and 2020, while income increased only 35 percent.

rent prices increased 149 percent between 1985 and 2020, while income increased only 35 percent.

That means that during that time period, rent prices increased roughly four times faster than income.

That means that during that time period, rent prices increased roughly four times faster than income.

There are four metro areas where the rent-to-income ratio is less than the national median of 17%,

There are four metro areas where the rent-to-income ratio is less than the national median of 17%,

 and two where it is close to the median.

 and two where it is close to the median.

1. San Francisco

1. San Francisco

2. San Diego

2. San Diego

3. Miami

3. Miami

4. San Jose, California

4. San Jose, California

5. Los Angele

5. Los Angele

6. Kansas City, Missouri

6. Kansas City, Missouri

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