Does paying rent in Houston feeling like a heavy burden?
There are plenty of people in the state and around the country feeling your pain.
A recent study from apartmentlist.com analyzing median rents in 100 of the largest U.S. cities and the minimum income required to afford them.
The study revealed that in 24% of the 100 largest U.S. cities, renting a median two-bedroom apartment will be a costly burden for those who earn a median salary in that respective city.
Above, you can click through to see which cities have the highest median rent price. You can also see the highest median income for 2018 and how much it differs from the recommended gross annual income to afford a median-priced two bedroom home in for some of the largest cities in Texas, including Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth and others.
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