Map Key
  • Less than 40
  • 40.1 - 54
  • 54.1 - 68
  • 68.1 - 82
  • More than 82
Number of apartments or other units that were affordable and available for every 100 renter households with very low incomes in 2018. Very low-income households are those with incomes at or below half of median income in the metropolitan or other area where they live.
State Affordable Housing Rate Rank
North Dakota 105.0 units1st
Wyoming 99.0 units2nd
Iowa 92.0 units3rd
South Dakota 86.0 units4th
Alabama 80.0 units5th
Ohio 80.0 units5th
Kansas 79.0 units7th
Indiana 77.0 units8th
Wisconsin 76.0 units9th
Missouri 75.0 units10th
Montana 75.0 units10th
New Hampshire 75.0 units10th
Arkansas 74.0 units13th
West Virginia 74.0 units13th
Nebraska 72.0 units15th
Kentucky 72.0 units15th
Minnesota 71.0 units17th
Oklahoma 71.0 units17th
Rhode Island 71.0 units17th
District of Columbia 70.0 units20th
Maine 70.0 units20th
Pennsylvania 68.0 units22nd
Michigan 67.0 units23rd
Mississippi 67.0 units23rd
South Carolina 67.0 units23rd
Tennessee 66.0 units26th
North Carolina 65.0 units27th
Illinois 65.0 units27th
Connecticut 65.0 units27th
Alaska 63.0 units30th
Vermont 62.0 units31st
Massachusetts 62.0 units31st
Idaho 61.0 units33rd
Georgia 60.0 units34th
New Mexico 59.0 units35th
Utah 58.0 units36th
Louisiana 58.0 units36th
Maryland 58.0 units36th
Virginia 57.0 units39th
Delaware 57.0 units39th
New York 53.0 units41st
Washington 50.0 units42nd
Colorado 50.0 units42nd
Texas 49.0 units44th
Arizona 48.0 units45th
Oregon 47.0 units46th
New Jersey 44.0 units47th
Hawaii 41.0 units48th
Nevada 40.0 units49th
Florida 36.0 units50th
California 32.0 units51st