- Among U.S. metros with over 1 million population, Oklahoma City ranked third for the lowest percentage of severely cost burdened middle-income households.
- Urban Land Institute determined overall housing affordability by examining the extent to which middle-income households face substantial housing challenges.
- Middle-income households who earned $35,000 to $75,000 and spent more than 50% of income on housing were considered “severely cost burdened.”
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