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Map shows America’s affordable housing shortage

Findings show that 11.4 million Americans are classified as extremely low income.

Nationwide, only about 35 affordable housing units exist per 100 extremely low-incNational Low Income Housing Coalition

Extremely low-income renters face a shortage of affordable housing in every single state and major metropolitan area in the United States, a deficiency of 3.9 million units, according to a report (h/tCityLab) by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC). Nationwide, only about 35 affordable housing units exist per 100 extremely low-income homes, labeled as ELI households, and in the New York metro area (as defined by New York-Newark-Jersey City) the results are just as grim with only 32 units available per 100 households at or above the ELI threshold.

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