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Housing Affordability - Rental
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1 12000 300 Perth 2016
2 18300 460 Perth 2016
3 22800 570 Perth 2016
4 27400 680 Perth 2016
5 33400 830 Perth 2016
6 41000 1020 Perth 2016
7 49700 1240 Perth 2016
8 59900 1500 Perth 2016
9 83000 2070 Perth 2016
1 14900 370 Huron 2016
2 20700 520 Huron 2016
3 25400 640 Huron 2016
4 32000 800 Huron 2016
5 38500 960 Huron 2016
6 44000 1100 Huron 2016
7 56500 1410 Huron 2016
8 66100 1650 Huron 2016
9 83600 2090 Huron 2016

Data Source

Ontario Ministry of Housing,  2016

Measurement and Limitations

Renters are divided by before-tax family income decile. Incomes are sorted from lowest to highest. The bottom ten percent are designated as the first decile. The second decile are those home owners in the second ten percent from the bottom. The ninth decile are those in the ninth ten percent from the bottom. Those in the tenth decile are those in the top ten percent of the income distribution.

Patterns and Trends

Families with really incomes cannot afford even a modest apartment without assistance.

 
 
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