DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIOECONOMIC CONDITIONS | Key Takeaways
Greensboro is a growing city with a diverse population, where residents are increasingly living in rental households.
+22K Residents, 2010-2017
Greensboro is a growing city, and increases in residents will necessarily add to existing demand for housing.
+16K Black residents, 2010-2017
The majority of Greensboro’s recent growth has been driven by gains in black residents, who represented 76% of overall city growth.
+8.5K Renter HHs, 2010-2017 -4K Owner HHs earning below $75K, 2010-2017
The majority of Greensboro’s recent growth has been in new renter households, offsetting a loss in homeowners.
The City’s overall loss in homeowners is driven largely by a loss in low - and middle- income homeowners.
+10K Jobs added < median income, 2010-2018
Greensboro’s economy saw growth in both high - and low-paying industries, and these new workers with low wages may face affordability challenges.
Source: 2010, 2017 ACS Estimates
HR&A Advisors, Inc.
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