The Minimum Wage Required to Rent a Two Bedroom Apartment In Each State
If you’re not ready to buy a home, renting an apartment is usually your best bet. According to a new report, these are the minimum hourly wages you need to earn in each state in order to rent an average two bedroom apartment.
The salary you need to afford the average home in your U.S. state - Vivid Maps
Just the upper-middle class and above in the United States can allow owning even the mediocre house, most prominently in the Northeast and the West of the nation. Workers in a county with a median income per capita of $50,000 would have to pay 2 years' worth of salary to pay off a median house cost of $100,000.