New Jersey

Housing Cost Burden by Income Group

Affordable and Available Homes per 100 Renter Households

All Gap Data for New Jersey

New JerseyNew York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA (Metro)Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD (Metro)
Extremely Low Income Households and Available Rentals
Extremely Low Income Renter Households 300,702 944,118 227,532
Affordable and Available Rental Homes 92,901 324,373 70,664
Surplus (Deficit) of Affordable and Available Rental Units
At or below EXTREMELY LOW INCOME -207,801 -619,745 -156,868
At or below 50% AMI -274,283 -805,452 -142,102
Affordable and Available Rental Units per 100 Households at or below Threshold
At or below Extremely Low Income 31 34 31
At or below 50% AMI 45 45 61
At or below 80% AMI 89 80 97
At or below 100% AMI 99 94 102
% of Renter Households with Cost Burden
At Extremely Low Income 86 86 88
Extremely Low Income to 50% AMI 82 80 78
51% to 80% AMI 52 56 42
81 to 100% AMI 22 29 17
% of Renter Households with Severe Cost Burden
At Extremely Low Income 73 71 76
ELI to 50% AMI 38 43 30
51% to 80% AMI 7 11 5
81 to 100% AMI 2 4 1