1793_sejda-DYJ.pdf - TEXAS FY18 HOUSING WAGE Hourly wage...

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Lynn County 625 $49,200 $369 $1,230 $697 $27,880 29% $14,760 $13.40 $12.15 1.8 1.1 $632 McCulloch County 792 $49,500 $371 $1,238 $697 $27,880 26% $14,850 $13.40 $12.58 1.8 1.1 $654 McLennan County 36,475 $60,000 $450 $1,500 $836 $33,440 42% $18,000 $16.08 $13.53 2.2 1.2 $704 McMullen County 59 $60,500 $454 $1,513 $736 $29,440 25% $18,150 $14.15 $24.20 2.0 0.6 $1,258 Madison County 1,316 $48,600 $365 $1,215 $736 $29,440 32% $14,580 $14.15 $12.99 2.0 1.1 $675 Marion County 944 $50,000 $375 $1,250 $697 $27,880 22% $15,000 $13.40 $8.13 1.8 1.6 $423 Martin County 405 $81,600 $612 $2,040 $697 $27,880 25% $24,480 $13.40 $13.73 1.8 1.0 $714 Mason County 402 $54,100 $406 $1,353 $1,029 $41,160 24% $16,230 $19.79 $9.74 2.7 2.0 $506 Matagorda County 4,499 $53,000 $398 $1,325 $750 $30,000 33% $15,900 $14.42 $20.49 2.0 0.7 $1,066 Maverick County 5,076 $39,400 $296 $985 $702 $28,080 31% $11,820 $13.50 $8.57 1.9 1.6 $446 Medina County 2,889 $70,200 $527 $1,755 $746 $29,840 19% $21,060 $14.35 $8.78 2.0 1.6 $457 Menard County 337 $46,400 $348 $1,160 $697 $27,880 36% $13,920 $13.40 $6.99 1.8 1.9 $363 Midland County 18,082 $100,800 $756 $2,520 $1,368 $54,720 34% $30,240 $26.31 $23.39 3.6 1.1 $1,216 Milam County 3,140 $56,300 $422 $1,408 $715 $28,600 33% $16,890 $13.75 $15.39 1.9 0.9 $800 Mills County 300 $56,100 $421 $1,403 $697 $27,880 16% $16,830 $13.40 $6.28 1.8 2.1 $326 Mitchell County 652 $64,000 $480 $1,600 $697 $27,880 25% $19,200 $13.40 $17.53 1.8 0.8 $912 Montague County 2,298 $56,200 $422 $1,405 $826 $33,040 28% $16,860 $15.88 $10.71 2.2 1.5 $557 Montgomery County 50,822 $74,900 $562 $1,873 $1,066 $42,640 28% $22,470 $20.50 $17.13 2.8 1.2 $891 Moore County 2,290 $54,600 $410 $1,365 $735 $29,400 34% $16,380 $14.13 $15.87 1.9 0.9 $825 Morris County 1,313 $51,000 $383 $1,275 $697 $27,880 26% $15,300 $13.40 $13.35 1.8 1.0 $694 Motley County 146 $44,700 $335 $1,118 $697 $27,880 31% $13,410 $13.40 $9.26 1.8 1.4 $482 Nacogdoches County 10,406 $55,700 $418 $1,393 $819 $32,760 43% $16,710 $15.75 $10.51 2.2 1.5 $546 Navarro County 5,634 $52,900 $397 $1,323 $757 $30,280 32% $15,870 $14.56 $11.57 2.0 1.3 $602 Newton County 1,037 $50,400 $378 $1,260 $697 $27,880 22% $15,120 $13.40 $8.67 1.8 1.5 $451 Nolan County 1,793 $50,000 $375 $1,250 $697 $27,880 32% $15,000 $13.40 $12.58 1.8 1.1 $654 Nueces County 54,598 $64,400 $483 $1,610 $997 $39,880 43% $19,320 $19.17 $15.58 2.6 1.2 $810 † Wage data not available (See Appendix B). 65 2 BR FMR 3 FMR 2 FY18 HOUSING WAGE Hourly wage necessary to afford 2 BR 1 2 BR FMR Annual income needed to afford 2 BR FMR Full-time jobs at minimum wage needed to afford HOUSING COSTS AREA MEDIAN INCOME (AMI) RENTERS Annual AMI 4 Monthly rent affordable at AMI 5 30% of AMI Monthly rent affordable at 30% of AMI Renter households (2012-2016) % of total households (2012-2016) Estimated hourly mean renter wage (2018) Monthly rent affordable at mean renter wage Full-time jobs at mean renter wage needed to afford 2 BR FMR 1: BR = Bedroom 2: FMR = Fiscal Year 2018 Fair Market Rent. 3: This calculation uses the higher of the state or federal minimum wage. Local minimum wages are not used. See Appendix B. 4: AMI = Fiscal Year 2018 Area Median Income 5: "Affordable" rents represent the generally accepted standard of spending not more than 30% of gross income on gross housing costs. OUT OF REACH 2018 | NATIONAL LOW INCOME HOUSING COALITION 237
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