According to a new study, 3 out of 4 renters in the Greater Los Angeles area want out.
"The analysis by Apartment List states that half of those people (49 percent) blame the metro's high housing costs for their wanderlust," Dennis Romero writes for LA Weekly. That's not surprising, seeing as LA residents must make at least $29 an hour in order to afford a 2-bedroom apartment (via la.curbed.com).
Renters in other cities (New York (83.2 percent) and San Francisco (82.8 percent) had Los Angeles beat) also cite high rent prices for their desire to settle elsewhere.
Read the full story, via LA Weekly, below:
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