Orlando's Home Affordability Index
RealtyHop's monthly report compares housing affordability and homeownership burden in the nation's 100 most populous cities based on the share of income needed for homeownership.
Orlando ranked number 49 least affordable city with 33.3% share of income needed for homeownership for June 2021.
Median Household Income: $51,757
Median Home Price: $291,495
Estimated Monthly Mortgage And Taxes: $1,436
Orlando is the fourth least affordable Florida city behind Miami (#3), Hialeah (#12), and Tampa (#28). Two Florida cities ranked better than Orlando, St. Petersburg (#52) and Jacksonville (#87).
The nation's least affordable cities are Los Angeles, CA, New York, NY and Miami, FL. Detroit, MI, Wichita, KS, and Fort Wayne, IN are ranked the most affordable cities.