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Shocker: D.c. Remains Among Most Expensive Rental Markets In Nation: Dcist

According to the report, "at the current federal minimum wage of $7.25...it would take more than two people working full-time minimum wage jobs to afford a decent two-bedroom rental home for their family." The only state with a higher rental market than D.C. is Hawaii, where a person would need to earn at least $31.54 an hour in order to rent a two-bedroom rental unit. But the problem, says NLIHC President and CEO Sheila Crowley, isn't that minimum wages are too low, but that it's a nation-wide housing affordability crisis. We fully support increased wages, as well as improving the tax code to be fairer.

VIDEO: the 'latte effect' on renting in London | properti dijual urbanindo Homes & Property

Kristy Gray Publish Date: 16 April 2014 WATCH LONDON LIVE VIDEO: David Butler, Director of Research at Rentonomy, discuss the affect of coffee shops on rental prices Transport upgrades and regeneration can transform the fortunes of London neighbourhoods. But what about the humble coffee shop? David Butler,director of research at Rentonomy, was in the London Live studios this morning to discusshow coffee shops in the capital are having a dramatic effect on property.

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