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All Households, Cost Burden by Income, 2022 Estimate (Summary)
Housing Cost Burden
Geography Household Income 30% or less 30.1-50% More than 50%
Osceola County 30% AMI or less 1960 1702 12024
Osceola County 30.01-50% AMI 4852 6267 8143
Osceola County 50.01-80% AMI 14496 12159 3075
Osceola County 80.01-100% AMI 12542 3550 278
Osceola County Greater than 100% AMI 47840 2384 169

Sources: Estimates and projections by Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, based on U.S. Department of Housing Development, Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) dataset and population projections by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida


Renter Households, Cost Burden by Income, 2022 Estimate (Summary)
Housing Cost Burden
Geography Household Income 30% or less 30.1-50% More than 50%
Osceola County 30% AMI or less 536 587 6607
Osceola County 30.01-50% AMI 677 3268 4391
Osceola County 50.01-80% AMI 4244 6293 1232
Osceola County 80.01-100% AMI 4481 1300 36
Osceola County Greater than 100% AMI 9731 378 12

Sources: Estimates and projections by Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, based on U.S. Department of Housing Development, Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) dataset and population projections by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida


Owner-Occupied Households, Cost Burden by Income, 2022 Estimate (Summary)
Housing Cost Burden
Geography Household Income 30% or less 30.1-50% More than 50%
Osceola County 30% AMI or less 1424 1115 5417
Osceola County 30.01-50% AMI 4175 2999 3752
Osceola County 50.01-80% AMI 10252 5866 1843
Osceola County 80.01-100% AMI 8061 2250 242
Osceola County Greater than 100% AMI 38109 2006 157

Sources: Estimates and projections by Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, based on U.S. Department of Housing Development, Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) dataset and population projections by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida


Homeownership Rate (%), 1990 through 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography 1990 2000 2010 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Osceola County 66 68 65 66

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 Census, 2000 Census, 2010 Census, and 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Median Income ($) by Tenure, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography Owner Median Income ($) Margin of Error (+/-) Renter Median Income ($) Margin of Error (+/-) All Households Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County 76153 1608 46234 2922 64312 1799

Notes: The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Owner Households by Monthly Housing Costs 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates (with a Mortgage)
Geography <$200 Margin of Error (+/-) $200-$299 Margin of Error (+/-) $300-$399 Margin of Error (+/-) $400-$499 Margin of Error (+/-) $500-$599 Margin of Error (+/-) $600-$699 Margin of Error (+/-) $700-$799 Margin of Error (+/-) $800-$899 Margin of Error (+/-) $900-$999 Margin of Error (+/-) $1,000-$1,249 Margin of Error (+/-) $1,250-$1,499 Margin of Error (+/-) $1,500-$1,999 Margin of Error (+/-) $2,000-$2,499 Margin of Error (+/-) $2,500-$2,999 Margin of Error (+/-) $3,000-$3,499 Margin of Error (+/-) $3,500-$3,999 Margin of Error (+/-) >$4,000 Margin of Error (+/-) Total Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County - - - - 82 66 158 112 240 122 435 183 1150 421 1085 288 1707 365 6646 856 8596 978 16285 1472 8888 914 4974 731 1406 330 526 204 998 326 53302 1913

Notes: Counts refer to the number of households with monthly owner costs in each dollar range. Monthly owner costs including mortgage (if any), taxes, insurance, utilities, and association fees. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Owner Households by Monthly Housing Costs 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates (without a Mortgage)
Geography <$100 Margin of Error (+/-) $100-$149 Margin of Error (+/-) $150-$199 Margin of Error (+/-) $200-$249 Margin of Error (+/-) $250-$299 Margin of Error (+/-) $300-$349 Margin of Error (+/-) $350-$399 Margin of Error (+/-) $400-$499 Margin of Error (+/-) $500-$599 Margin of Error (+/-) $600-$699 Margin of Error (+/-) $700-$799 Margin of Error (+/-) $800-$899 Margin of Error (+/-) $900-$999 Margin of Error (+/-) $1000-$1099 Margin of Error (+/-) $1100-$1199 Margin of Error (+/-) $1200-$1299 Margin of Error (+/-) $1300-$1399 Margin of Error (+/-) $1400-$1499 Margin of Error (+/-) >$1500 Margin of Error (+/-) Total Not Mortgaged Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County 351 187 567 215 886 374 1026 365 1106 298 1705 396 1354 381 3293 519 3621 540 2920 486 2152 443 2211 435 1413 332 897 272 770 334 243 141 281 128 207 179 442 168 25445 1271

Notes: Counts refer to the number of households with monthly owner costs in each dollar range. Monthly owner costs including mortgage (if any), taxes, insurance, utilities, and association fees. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Owner Households by Housing Costs as a Percentage of Household Income, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography With Mortgage, Less than 30% Margin of Error (+/-) With Mortgage, More than 30% Margin of Error (+/-) Without Mortgage, Less than 30% Margin of Error (+/-) Without Mortgage, More than 30% Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County 32799 1940 20185 1564 21356 1371 3796 676

Notes: Counts refer to the number of households with monthly owner costs in each dollar range. Monthly owner costs including mortgage (if any), taxes, insurance, utilities, and association fees. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Renter Households by Gross Rent, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography <$200 Margin of Error (+/-) $200-$299 Margin of Error (+/-) $300-$499 Margin of Error (+/-) $500-$749 Margin of Error (+/-) $750-$999 Margin of Error (+/-) $1,000-$1,499 Margin of Error (+/-) $1,500-$1,999 Margin of Error (+/-) $2,000-$2,499 Margin of Error (+/-) $2,500-$2,999 Margin of Error (+/-) $3,000-$3,499 Margin of Error (+/-) $3,500 or More Margin of Error (+/-) No Cash Rent Margin of Error (+/-) Total Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County - - 189 187 612 289 1401 421 3027 684 13633 1230 14594 1273 5254 687 905 354 186 149 74 62 1195 279 41070 1608

Notes: Counts refer to the number of households with monthly owner costs in each dollar range. Monthly owner costs including mortgage (if any), taxes, insurance, utilities, and association fees. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Median Gross Rent ($), 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography Median Gross Rent Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County 1537 39

Notes: Includes contract rent and utilities. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household Income, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography Less than 30% Margin of Error (+/-) 30-49.9% Margin of Error (+/-) 50% or More Margin of Error (+/-) Total - Not computed Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County 13474 1269 12575 1332 12866 1107 2155 480

Notes: Counts refer to number of households paying less than 30%, 30-49.9%, and 50% or more of income for gross rent. Gross rent includes contract rent and utilities. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Affordable and Available Rental Units per 100 Renters, Florida Regions, 2021
Geography County 0-30% AMI 0-40% AMI 0-50% AMI 0-60% AMI 0-80% AMI 0-120% AMI
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA plus Sumter Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter 17 21 24 37 70 111

Notes: Affordable units are those for which a household at the given income limit (% AMI) would pay no more than 30% of income for gross rent. Affordable/available units are affordable at that income level and either vacant or occupied by a household below the income threshold. For additional explanation of affordable/available methods, see the 2022 Rental Market Study, pp. 34-68

Sources: Shimberg Center for Housing Studies analysis of 2021 American Community Survey PUMS


Surplus/Deficit of Affordable/Available Units by Income, Florida Regions, 2021
Geography County 0-30% AMI 0-40% AMI 0-50% AMI 0-60% AMI 0-80% AMI 0-120% AMI
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA plus Sumter Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter -47,100 -63,896 -83,021 -86,958 -54,437 27,369

Notes: Affordable units are those for which a household at the given income limit (% AMI) would pay no more than 30% of income for gross rent. Affordable/available units are affordable at that income level and either vacant or occupied by a household below the income threshold. Surplus/Deficit of Affordable/Available Units for a particular income range shows the number of affordable/available units in the range minus the number of renter households in that range. For additional explanation of affordable/available methods, see the 2022 Rental Market Study, pp. 34-68

Sources: Shimberg Center for Housing Studies analysis of 2021 American Community Survey PUMS


Housing Units by Type of Structure, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography 1, detached Margin of Error (+/-) 1, attached Margin of Error (+/-) 2 Margin of Error (+/-) 3 or 4 Margin of Error (+/-) 5 to 9 Margin of Error (+/-) 10 to 19 Margin of Error (+/-) 20 or more Margin of Error (+/-) Mobile Home or Trailer Margin of Error (+/-) Other Margin of Error (+/-) Total Margin of Error (+/-)
Osceola County 92514 1664 13431 963 2000 448 5547 883 10506 1046 12191 952 9307 897 11065 1040 415 224 156976 123

Notes: Counts refer to the number of households with monthly owner costs in each dollar range. Monthly owner costs including mortgage (if any), taxes, insurance, utilities, and association fees. The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Vacancy and Occupancy Status, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography For Rent For Sale Only Rented or Sold Not Occupied Seasonal,Recreational or Occasional Use For Migrant Workers Other Vacant Total Vacant Total Occupied Total Units
Osceola County 2984 2076 1356 26861 47 3835 37159 119817 156976

Notes: The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Substandard Housing, 2018-2022 5-Year Estimates
Geography 1.01 or More Persons per Room Share of Occupied Units (%) No Fuel Used Share of Occupied Units (%) Lacking Complete Kitchen Facilities Share of Occupied Units (%) Lacking Complete Plumbing Facilities Share of Occupied Units (%)
Osceola County 5504 4.6 2452 2.0 1716 1.1 381 0.2

Notes: The ACS is based on an annual sample of US households. The margin of error (+/-) is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. If margin of error is greater than the estimate, result is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018-2022 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates


Wage and Rent Comparison by Industry, 2023
Geography Industry 2022 Average Hourly Wage (2023 $) 2022 Average Annual Wage (2023 $) Maximum Affordable Rent (30% of Income) HUD 2BR Fair Market Rent % Income Needed for 2 BR FMR # of Workers in 2022 2023 3-Person Median Income Annual Wage as Percent of 3-Person AMI
Osceola County Accommodation And Food Services $15.82 $32,904 $823 $1,616 59% 19,732 $79,100 42%
Osceola County Administrative And Waste Services $30.78 $64,030 $1,601 $1,616 30% 10,473 $79,100 81%
Osceola County Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing And Hunting $22.49 $46,778 $1,169 $1,616 41% 304 $79,100 59%
Osceola County Arts, Entertainment, And Recreation $21.33 $44,369 $1,109 $1,616 44% 2,116 $79,100 56%
Osceola County Construction $27.45 $57,101 $1,428 $1,616 34% 6,461 $79,100 72%
Osceola County Durable Goods Manufacturing $29.58 $61,523 $1,538 $1,616 32% 1,399 $79,100 78%
Osceola County Educational And Health Services $28.35 $58,968 $1,474 $1,616 33% 25,264 $79,100 75%
Osceola County Educational Services $22.62 $47,041 $1,176 $1,616 41% 9,797 $79,100 59%
Osceola County Finance And Insurance $35.11 $73,020 $1,825 $1,616 27% 1,525 $79,100 92%
Osceola County Financial Activities $31.25 $65,004 $1,625 $1,616 30% 4,745 $79,100 82%
Osceola County Goods Producing $28.14 $58,537 $1,463 $1,616 33% 8,967 $79,100 74%
Osceola County Health Care And Social Assistance $31.98 $66,522 $1,663 $1,616 29% 15,467 $79,100 84%
Osceola County Information $40.05 $83,301 $2,083 $1,616 23% 682 $79,100 105%
Osceola County Leisure And Hospitality $16.35 $34,015 $850 $1,616 57% 21,848 $79,100 43%
Osceola County Management Of Companies And Enterprises $55.48 $115,400 $2,885 $1,616 17% 125 $79,100 146%
Osceola County Manufacturing $30.96 $64,396 $1,610 $1,616 30% 2,196 $79,100 81%
Osceola County Mining, Quarrying, And Oil And Gas Extraction $27.19 $56,551 $1,414 $1,616 34% 6 $79,100 71%
Osceola County Natural Resources And Mining $22.59 $46,978 $1,174 $1,616 41% 310 $79,100 59%
Osceola County Nondurable Goods Manufacturing $33.38 $69,438 $1,736 $1,616 28% 797 $79,100 88%
Osceola County Other Services $20.18 $41,972 $1,049 $1,616 46% 2,806 $79,100 53%
Osceola County Professional And Business Services $32.26 $67,105 $1,678 $1,616 29% 13,877 $79,100 85%
Osceola County Professional And Technical Services $36.1 $75,091 $1,877 $1,616 26% 3,279 $79,100 95%
Osceola County Public Administration $31.15 $64,801 $1,620 $1,616 30% 4,679 $79,100 82%
Osceola County Real Estate And Rental And Leasing $29.43 $61,209 $1,530 $1,616 32% 3,220 $79,100 77%
Osceola County Retail Trade $16.27 $33,849 $846 $1,616 57% 17,585 $79,100 43%
Osceola County Service-Providing $24.33 $50,609 $1,265 $1,616 38% 98,095 $79,100 64%
Osceola County Trade,Transportation, And Utilities $20.14 $41,896 $1,047 $1,616 46% 23,942 $79,100 53%
Osceola County Transportation And Warehousing $25.85 $53,761 $1,344 $1,616 36% 2,679 $79,100 68%
Osceola County Utilities $42.64 $88,695 $2,217 $1,616 22% 735 $79,100 112%
Osceola County Wholesale Trade $32.45 $67,488 $1,687 $1,616 29% 2,944 $79,100 85%

Notes: Based on average annual wages for industry sector, converted to hourly wages by dividing by 2000 (assumes 40-hour work week, 50 weeks per year). 2022 wage data converted to 2023 dollars using the Consumer Price Index.

Sources: Florida Department of Commerce, 2022 Occupational Employment Statistics and Wages; 2023 HUD Fair Market Rent


Wage and Rent Comparison by Occupation, 2023
Geography Occupation Median Hourly Wage (2023 $) Maximum Affordable Rent (30% of Income) 2023 HUD 2BR Fair Market Rent % Income Needed for 2 BR, Median Wage Worker # of Workers in 2022 Annual Wage as a % AMI for a Family of 3
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA All Occupations $19.84 $1,032 $1,616 47% 1,297,460 52%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics $23.69 $1,232 $1,616 39% 6,210 62%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Bartenders $14.7 $765 $1,616 63% 6,690 39%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity $20.75 $1,079 $1,616 45% 1,600 55%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Carpenters $23.74 $1,234 $1,616 39% 6,060 62%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Cashiers $13.87 $721 $1,616 67% 32,410 36%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Child, Family, and School Social Workers $24.28 $1,262 $1,616 38% 1,500 64%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Childcare Workers $13.89 $722 $1,616 67% 3,580 37%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Construction Laborers $18.7 $972 $1,616 50% 11,060 49%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Cooks, Restaurant $18.03 $938 $1,616 52% 21,620 47%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Correctional Officers and Jailers $20.83 $1,083 $1,616 45% 1,320 55%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Customer Service Representatives $18.67 $971 $1,616 50% 32,870 49%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Dental Assistants $19.55 $1,016 $1,616 48% 2,910 51%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Dishwashers $14.17 $737 $1,616 66% 5,890 37%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Electricians $24.62 $1,280 $1,616 38% 6,050 65%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education $24.98 $1,299 $1,616 37% 7,690 66%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse $14.15 $736 $1,616 66% 860 37%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Fast Food and Counter Workers $12.09 $629 $1,616 77% 25,530 32%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Firefighters $23.96 $1,246 $1,616 39% 2,340 63%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Food Preparation Workers $14.79 $769 $1,616 63% 11,290 39%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists $15.16 $788 $1,616 62% 2,140 40%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers $24.38 $1,268 $1,616 38% 4,240 64%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers $23.98 $1,247 $1,616 39% 14,190 63%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Home Health and Personal Care Aides $14.26 $741 $1,616 65% 6,890 37%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks $15.53 $807 $1,616 60% 5,130 41%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners $14.11 $734 $1,616 66% 18,230 37%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers $16.84 $876 $1,616 55% 11,950 44%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers $14.52 $755 $1,616 64% 2,370 38%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses $25.67 $1,335 $1,616 36% 4,370 68%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Light Truck Drivers $20.42 $1,062 $1,616 46% 9,620 54%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners $14.69 $764 $1,616 63% 10,030 39%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Medical Assistants $18.16 $944 $1,616 51% 7,650 48%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers $22.83 $1,187 $1,616 41% 510 60%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education $24.26 $1,261 $1,616 38% 4,980 64%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Nursing Assistants $17.3 $900 $1,616 54% 10,700 46%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Office Clerks, General $18.71 $973 $1,616 50% 24,320 49%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Painters, Construction and Maintenance $19.5 $1,014 $1,616 48% 2,610 51%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Paralegals and Legal Assistants $26.17 $1,361 $1,616 36% 5,990 69%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Paramedics $23.8 $1,238 $1,616 39% 720 63%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Pharmacy Technicians $18.37 $955 $1,616 51% 5,840 48%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters $24.62 $1,280 $1,616 38% 3,620 65%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers $29.71 $1,545 $1,616 31% 6,170 78%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education $14.51 $755 $1,616 64% 3,410 38%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Receptionists and Information Clerks $15.89 $826 $1,616 59% 7,890 42%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Registered Nurses $39.14 $2,035 $1,616 24% 24,040 103%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Retail Salespersons $14.97 $778 $1,616 62% 47,190 39%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Roofers $20.73 $1,078 $1,616 45% 3,370 55%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education $26.67 $1,387 $1,616 35% 4,580 70%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive $19.13 $995 $1,616 49% 12,650 50%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Security Guards $15.32 $796 $1,616 61% 13,110 40%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Substitute Teachers, Short-Term $24.99 $1,300 $1,616 37% 990 66%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Tellers $18.83 $979 $1,616 50% 1,530 50%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Veterinary Technologists and Technicians $18.82 $978 $1,616 50% 1,060 49%
Orlando-Kissimmee, FL MSA Waiters and Waitresses $14.84 $772 $1,616 63% 35,040 39%

Notes: Statewide FMRs come from the National Low Income Housing Coalition's Out of Reach report and are averages weighted by the number of renters in each county. 2022 wage data converted to 2023 dollars using the Consumer Price Index.

Sources: Florida Department of Commerce, 2022 Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages; 2023 HUD Fair Market Rent


Households by Tenure, Race/Ethnicity, and Income (% AMI), 2015-2019
Geography Tenure Race/Ethnicity Household Income Households
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 15
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 25
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 20
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 40
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 190
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 235
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 395
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 160
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 1,215
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 470
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 800
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 1,200
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 625
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 2,510
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Hispanic, any race 30% or Less of HAMFI 2,500
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Hispanic, any race 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 2,975
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Hispanic, any race 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 6,465
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Hispanic, any race 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 3,635
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Hispanic, any race Greater than 100% of HAMFI 9,865
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 15
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 2,345
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 3,020
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 4,980
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 3,020
Osceola County, Florida Owner occupied White alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 15,865
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 45
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 50
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 100
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 100
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 4
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 115
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Asian alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 94
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 1,085
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 715
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 755
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 465
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 769
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Hispanic, any race 30% or Less of HAMFI 5,390
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Hispanic, any race 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 5,955
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Hispanic, any race 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 6,270
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Hispanic, any race 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 3,050
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Hispanic, any race Greater than 100% of HAMFI 3,880
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 30
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 0
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 30% or Less of HAMFI 1,515
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 30.01 to 50% HAMFI 1,260
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 50.01 to 80% HAMFI 2,280
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied White alone, non-Hispanic 80.01 to 100% of HAMFI 1,155
Osceola County, Florida Renter occupied White alone, non-Hispanic Greater than 100% of HAMFI 3,955

Notes: '-' indicates value that is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2015-2019 Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) dataset.


Households by Tenure, Race/Ethnicity, and Cost Burden, 2015-2019
Geography Tenure Race/Ethnicity 30% or less 30.1-50% More than 50% Not computed
Osceola County Owner American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 65 25 15 0
Osceola County Owner Asian alone, non-Hispanic 1,515 440 235 0
Osceola County Owner Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 3,495 1,265 725 120
Osceola County Owner Hispanic, any race 16,875 5,395 2,945 220
Osceola County Owner Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 15 0 0 0
Osceola County Owner White alone, non-Hispanic 22,255 3,530 3,070 380
Osceola County Owner other (including multiple races, non-Hispanic) 785 100 85 0
Osceola County Renter American Indian or Alaska Native alone, non-Hispanic 50 0 45 0
Osceola County Renter Asian alone, non-Hispanic 225 55 120 10
Osceola County Renter Black or African-American alone, non-Hispanic 1,495 825 1,060 410
Osceola County Renter Hispanic, any race 8,830 6,850 8,270 600
Osceola County Renter Pacific Islander alone, non-Hispanic 0 0 30 0
Osceola County Renter White alone, non-Hispanic 5,440 2,290 2,255 175
Osceola County Renter other (including multiple races, non-Hispanic) 330 180 40 0

Notes: '-' indicates value that is not statistically significantly different than zero.

Sources: Sources: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2015-2019 Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) dataset.


Households by Tenure, Race, and Age of Householder, 2017-2021
Geography Race/Ethnicity Age of Householder Owners Renters Total Homeownership Rate
Osceola County White, Non-Hispanic 64 or Younger 20,054 7,126 27,180 74.0%
Osceola County White, Non-Hispanic 65 & Older 10,158 2,018 12,176 83.0%
Osceola County Black, Non-Hispanic 64 or Younger 4,743 3,105 7,848 60.0%
Osceola County Black, Non-Hispanic 65 & Older 1,760 476 2,236 79.0%
Osceola County Other, Non-Hispanic 64 or Younger 3,257 1,549 4,806 68.0%
Osceola County Other, Non-Hispanic 65 & Older 753 77 830 91.0%
Osceola County Hispanic 64 or Younger 25,635 20,959 46,594 55.0%
Osceola County Hispanic 65 & Older 6,129 2,357 8,486 72.0%

Notes: '-' signifies value that is not statistically significantly different from zero.

Sources: Shimberg Center tabulation of U.S. Census Bureau, 2017-2021 American Community Survey.


Households by Tenure, Household Type, and Cost Burden, 2017-2021
Geography Household Type Owner/Not Cost Burdened Owner Cost Burdened Renter/Not Cost Burdened Renter Cost Burdened
Osceola County Married Couple Household 32,601 9,556 6,815 7,054
Osceola County Male Only Headed Family 2,622 1,293 1,659 1,039
Osceola County Female Only Headed Family 6,327 3,758 3,038 5,079
Osceola County Non-family household 9,591 6,741 4,902 8,081

Notes: '-' signifies value that is not statistically significantly different from zero. "Cost Burdened" households are those paying more than 30% of income for housing costs."

Sources: Shimberg Center tabulation of U.S. Census Bureau, 2017-2021 American Community Survey.


Household Pulse Survey: Last Month's Payment Status for Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Florida
Geography Caught up on mortgage Not caught up Did not report Owned free and clear
Florida 6,136,193 555,120 21,748 3,446,007

Notes: Universe is statewide total population 18 years and older in owner-occupied housing units. Numbers refer to adult population (not households).

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey, Phase 4.0 Cycle 02: February 6 - March 4. See the Household Pulse Survey.


Household Pulse Survey: Likelihood of Having to Leave this House in Next Two Months Due to Foreclosure, Florida
Geography Very likely to leave home due to forelcousre in next 2 months Somewhat likely Not very likely Not likely at all Did not report
Florida 11,762 160,375 125,586 243,741 13,656

Notes: Universe is statewide total population 18 years and older in owner-occupied housing units with a mortgage, that are not current on mortgage payments; populations in owner-occupied units where the mortgage is current or without a mortgage are not included. Numbers refer to adult population (not households).

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey, Phase 4.0 Cycle 02: February 6 - March 4. See the Household Pulse Survey.


Household Pulse Survey: Last Month's Payment Status for Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Florida
Geography Caught up on rent payments Not caught up Did not report Occupied without rent
Florida 4,087,417 524,699 26,768 130,810

Notes: Universe is statewide total population 18 years and older in renter-occupied housing units. Numbers refer to adult population (not households).

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey, Phase 4.0 Cycle 02: February 6 - March 4. See the Household Pulse Survey.


Household Pulse Survey: Likelihood of Having to Leave this House in Next Two Months Due to Eviction,Florida
Geography Very likely to leave home due to eviction in next 2 months Somewhat likely Not very likely Not likely at all Did not report
Florida 162,207 47,240 87,307 219,685 8,260

Notes: Universe is statewide total population 18 years and older in renter-occupied housing units, that are not current on rent payments; population in units that are current on rent payments is not included. Numbers refer to adult population (not households).

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey, Phase 4.0 Cycle 02: February 6 - March 4. See the Household Pulse Survey.


Household Pulse Survey: Change in Monthly Rent During the Last 12 Months, Florida
Geography No change in rent in last 12 months Rent decreased Rent increased by <$100 Rent increased by <$100-$249 Rent increased by <$250-$500 Rent increased by more than $500 Did not report Occupied without rent
Florida 1,249,879 54,838 383,203 1,789,291 681,524 470,296 9,855 130,810

Notes: Universe is statewide total population 18 years and older in renter-occupied housing units. Numbers refer to adult population (not households).

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey, Phase 4.0 Cycle 02: February 6 - March 4. See the Household Pulse Survey.

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