The typical renter in Lancaster County is finding it harder to afford a basic apartment here, a new study shows.
The so-called “affordability gap” in Lancaster County has hit a record high, according to the latest report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
The gap is the difference between the average renter’s hourly wage and what he needs to earn to comfortably afford the basic apartment.
According to the coalition, the average renter here earns $11.78 an hour.
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