The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that 12 million homeowner and renter households across the country pay more than 50% of their annual income towards housing.
Although we may be the smallest state, Rhode Island is no exception. In this guide, you will find seven of the most powerful facts that shine a light on housing affordability, the holistic well-being of families, and how advocates across the state are tackling this crisis.
Download our free guide to get answers to these questions and more:
- What percentage of our state’s renter population is considered cost-burdened?
- How many hours a week would a minimum wage laborer need to work in order to afford a two bedroom apartment?
- Where does Rhode Island rank on the Family Prosperity Index?