According to a new report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, the Garden State is the fifth most expensive state to rent a home in the United States.
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Statewide, the survey conducted for the National Low Income Housing Coalition shows someone would have to earn just under $25 an hour in a 40-hour a week job to afford that unit. And two-thirds of the million or so renters in the Garden State don’t meet that benchmark.