CHARLOTTE, N.C. — If you live in Charlotte you will need to make about 2.7 times the state's minimum wage to afford a two-bedroom apartment in the state, according to a new report.

The report, released by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, shows you need to make almost $20 per hour to afford the average two-bedroom apartment ($1,028 per month). The average hourly wage needed to afford a two-bedroom rental in Charlotte is $19.77, up from $17.44 in 2017.

That requirement is almost three times the state's minimum wage of $7.25.

Fair market price for a two-bedroom rental home in Charlotte is $881 per month, while the fair market price for a one-bedroom rental is $737. According to the report, the affordable monthly rent for a full-time minimum wage worker is $377. 

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In Camden County that number is higher with residents needing to make at least $20.81 to afford a 2-bedroom apartment. The average two-bedroom apartment is about $1,082 or 2.9 times the minimum wage. 

In Raleigh, you'll need to earn $20.88 per hour, while people who live in Greensboro-High Point only need to bring home $14.79 per hour. 

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According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, Hawaii, California, and Massachusetts rank the highest in terms of how much money someone needs to make to afford a 2-bedroom in that state. 

1. Hawaii $36.82 

Two-bedroom: $1,914 

2. California $34.69 

Two-bedroom: $1,804 

3. Massachusetts $33.81 

Two-bedroom: $1,758

North Carolina, which required at least a $16.95 per hour wage to afford a two-bedroom, had the 30th highest housing wage in the nation, according to the report.

The report gets its data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urband Development. Read the full report and see additional data about rent in the Carolinas here

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