The Northeast, with its high rents and soaring real estate values, has always been home to a small but growing number of renters who need affordable housing in the midst of gentrification.
Here’s how to find one in the New York metropolitan area.
Read More, but there are only about 1,000 affordable units in the area.
The market has changed dramatically since the 1990s, when more than 50,000 New Yorkers lived in apartments and condos.
Now, there are more than 2 million rental units in NYC, and rents have climbed as well, reaching nearly $1,000 per month for a single person, according to data from Trulia.
The area’s rental vacancy rate is nearly 15%, compared with a national average of just under 4%.
That’s why it’s no surprise that the number of units available to rent in the region has remained relatively stagnant, according the New Jersey Office of Housing.
The rental vacancy is a measure of the amount of units people are looking to rent, rather than their ability to pay, so it’s not a measure for what people can afford, and the rate is likely to be affected by supply and demand.
As more people move to the area, the rental vacancy will likely drop, making it easier for those living in single-family housing to find housing.
Renters who are looking for a place to rent are also often more willing to work than renters who are renting, according, which means fewer people need to be homeless.
As a result, there have been more than 4,000 people killed or injured in New York City in 2017, and more than 6,500 homeless people in the city, according to the NYC Department of Homeless Services.
However, the problem of people who need housing has not gone away.
According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, there were 817,000 households in the metropolitan area in 2016.
Of those, about 10% were living in transitional housing, according HUD.
“People who need help to get by can’t afford it, so that’s what is driving the problem,” said Carla Stutzman, who has lived in Brooklyn for 30 years.
Stutzman said she has worked to find affordable housing for her two sons and their family for more than 20 years.
They can’t buy a house because they are not eligible for subsidies for housing.
“It’s hard to make ends meet.
If you need to have money to pay rent, there is a limit to what you can do,” she said.”
I’m still in shock because we’re living paycheck to paycheck.”
Stutzmann’s rent is about $1.80 an hour, compared with the national median wage of $10.60 an hour.
She said she hopes the city will take action on the problem and increase the number and types of affordable units.
“It would be wonderful to see more units come into the city,” she added.
“You can’t live in this place forever.
We’re going to see a shift in our economy that means more people moving into this city.
That will make it a little bit harder for people to get in and out of housing.”
If we don’t make it easier to get into this neighborhood, the people who are struggling and the people with disabilities who can’t get housing will be in worse shape.
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