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The Hudson Valley Rent is more than twice the average hourly wage
Hudson Valley salaries are continuing to fall below the area' s mean rents, according to a government survey on low-income homes conducted in 2013. According to the survey, the mean rental for the area, or Fair Market Rental (FMR), for a two-bedroom apartment costs per hour, which are unreachable for low-income tenants, especially for 20-year-olds, large family and the aged.
Exactly here in Ulster County this number is lower, but not very high. From 2014, on a 40-hour working week, 52 weekly periods per year, the rate for a two-room flat will be $20.42 per hour.
In fact, tenants do not even earn half the pay per hour they need for an FMR team. Ulster's annual rate is only $9.20 per hour. It takes an 89-hour working week, 52 working hours a year, just to pay the rental, so there is no additional cash left for other needs, let alone for the whole of your home.
That, combined with the fact that there are not enough more affordable alternatives, has not allowed many to do so. Over half the tenants in eight districts across the entire county are not able to pay for a two-room apartment: in Ulster, 65 per cent; Rockland, 62 per cent; and Putnam 61 per cent, to name but a few.
Rents can be comfortable because they help the insecurity of today's labour markets, as the "Pattern for Progress", a nonprofit residential solutions organisation in Hudson Valley, pointed out in a recently published apartment review. That' s why organisations across the Hudson Valley have started working with customers who have difficulty finding accessible work.
The Rural Ulster Preservation Company (RUPCO) is one of them. Ulster County Non-Profit Organization offers rent support, homeowners, home repairs and facility maintenance/administration. "But there are many causes why handicapped persons live. There will then be lone parents and handicapped people," says Joan Lawrence-Bauer, RUPCO's Communications and Resources Department.
The RUPCO survey investigated how many of the 24 municipalities in Ulster had the right amount of accessible shelter. Ulster County is expected to be 2,796 affordably priced entities by 2015 that will avoid increasing demands, says Ulster County's design team. RUPCO has tried to help here.
It is not simple to get help, however; RUPCO currently has a waitlist of 1,550 help. The number of persons receiving help is continuing to decline as a result of the growing need for the programme's work. "Last we opened the waitlist in January 2010. In 30 jours, 1,400 persons had tried to be put on the waitlist.
Since then, the shortlist has not been open," Lawrence-Bauer said. The four-childrens Natasha Grant was one of the few to be placed on the 2005 waitlist. She paid $750 a months for an appartment in Kingston. In June 2007, Grant and her husbands eventually got support from Rubco after being on the waitlist for three years.
Families then relocated to Birchwood Village Apartments in Kingston, where rents were $680 per months. Although the rents were lower, the grants still wanted to buy a house. As soon as customers have received support from RoPCO for one year, they are eligible for the programme that is issuing them. A graduate of the Bachelor's programme, she is currently working in the area of humanitarian aid, helping those who have the same living problems she once had.
"I wouldn't have been able to go to college or buy a home without rent money," Grant said. On of Grant's client she supports through her work in providing personal service is a management at McDonald's and earn an average pay of just $8.75 an hour, similar to what she earned as a barmaid in 2005.
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