In James City County a minimum annual household income of $35,000 is needed to be able to rent a home. However, about 27% James City County renter households make less than $25,000 and more than half have a total annual household income below $50,000. Owner households need to make at least $75,000 per year in order to afford to buy a home. However, more than 23% of owner households make less than $75,000 per year in James City County.
There are about 72,583 people1 in James City County which translates to 29,312 households2. James City County households are largely 1-, 2-, and 3-person households. About 14% of households are 4-person households and only 5% have more than 4 people. Most households have either one or two workers, and only about 5% of households have 3 workers. Bigger households tend to have more workers because they need more income to support more people.
1 United States Census Bureau. American Communities Survey, 2014 1-Year, Table B01001 2 United States Census Bureau. American Communities Survey, 2014 1-Year, Table B19037
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