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Location: Texas
Topic: Severe Housing Cost Burden
Format: County Map
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Severe Housing Cost Burden: Texas, 2013-2017 Average

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  • Severe Housing Cost Burden is the percentage of households that spend 50% or more of their household income on housing. To calculate, the total number of households in a county that spend 50 percent or more of their household income on housing is divided into the total occupied housing units for which housing cost burden is computed in a county.


  • Retrieved September 21, 2021, from