Chelsea Coffin’s publication “School-age population likely to grow most outside the Wilson High School boundary” cross-posted to Greater Greater Washington

September 27, 2018
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On September 27, 2018, Chelsea Coffin’s publication “School-age population likely to grow most outside the Wilson High School boundary” was cross-posted to Greater Greater Washington.

Looking at the existing stock of single-family homes with a capacity of four, very few are potentially in the affordable price range for Millennials – and not all will be available on the market in the coming years. Out of approximately 74,000 single-family homes that can accommodate four or more people in DC (at least a three-bedroom home), 16% are potentially affordable to Millennial couples without children making the median income, and an additional 45% are potentially available to Millennial couples with incomes in the 75th percentile.

Read more at Greater Greater Washington.

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