According to its website, the NLIHC advocates for preserving existing federal housing resources and expanding the supply of low-income housing, among other things.
Its report, "Out of Reach 2015," examined the national, regional, state and county level trends in the cost of rent versus the average worker’s income.
Though the metro Atlanta housing wage is steep, it's much lower than the national average: $19.35 an hour
Atlanta renters’ housing wage is a bit less than Savannah’s. Renters in the coastal city on average have a housing wage of $17.73 an hour.
To view county-by-county data, visit the NLIHC's website
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