Maryland

Housing Cost Burden by Income Group

Affordable and Available Homes per 100 Renter Households

All Gap Data for Maryland

MarylandBaltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD (Metro)Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD (Metro)Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV (Metro)
Extremely Low Income Households and Available Rentals
Extremely Low Income Renter Households 189,866 96,414 227,532 186,491
Affordable and Available Rental Homes 64,383 36,249 70,664 57,266
Surplus (Deficit) of Affordable and Available Rental Units
At or below EXTREMELY LOW INCOME -125,483 -60,165 -156,868 -129,225
At or below 50% AMI -131,827 -56,818 -142,102 -151,864
Affordable and Available Rental Units per 100 Households at or below Threshold
At or below Extremely Low Income 34 38 31 31
At or below 50% AMI 59 63 61 51
At or below 80% AMI 101 101 97 98
At or below 100% AMI 105 106 102 104
% of Renter Households with Cost Burden
At Extremely Low Income 85 83 88 86
Extremely Low Income to 50% AMI 80 79 78 81
51% to 80% AMI 42 43 42 46
81 to 100% AMI 15 16 17 18
% of Renter Households with Severe Cost Burden
At Extremely Low Income 72 71 76 73
ELI to 50% AMI 28 30 30 30
51% to 80% AMI 4 5 5 4
81 to 100% AMI 1 1 1 1