Rentals in New York
There are 8,108,211 housing units in New York. Home owners account for 54.3%, and renters account for 3,292,304, or 45.7% of the occupied homes in New York. The average household size of rented homes is 2.44 persons. The average rent for an apartment in New York in the last 12 months has been $3392. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $3052, $3572, and $3993 respectively.
The capitol of New York is Albany and the population of New York is 19,378,102. The most populated cities in New York are New York, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, and Syracuse.
Weather and Climate
New York calls the northeastern United States home, and experiences a humid continental climate. New York summer temperatures average around 84 degrees for the high and 69 for the low, and average 41.8 inches in annual rainfall. If you visit New York in the winter, bring your snow boots! It has an annual average snowfall of 123.8 inches. Winter temperatures average at a high of 38 degrees and 27 for the low.
The median age in New York is 38 years, with men averaging at 36.3 years and women 39.4. 48.4% of the population is male and 51.6% female in New York. The state is home to 8,108,211 households, with each home taking home $54,148 in average annual income. New York sees 11.5% of its population in poverty, and 11.9% of New Yorkers do not have any health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
There are many professional sports teams in New York including professional hockey, football, baseball, and basketball. The Buffalo Sabres, New York Islanders, and New York Rangers play in the the NHL; the New York Mets and New York Yankees for the MLB; the Buffalo Bills for the NFL; and the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks play in the NBA. Universities include New York University, SUNY at Buffalo, and Columbia University. New York has 30.3% of its population enrolled in college or university and 18.6% of New Yorkers have a bachelor's degree.
Industry and Employment
New York’s top industries include printing and publishing, scientific instruments, electrical equipment, machinery, chemicals, and tourism. There are 8,913,640 employed residents that drive 31.30 minutes to work each day on average. 6.20% of New York's population is unemployed.