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SOURCE 2020: The Agglomeration of Renter and Owner Incomes, and the Geographic Significance within Glynn County

Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Collaborative Exploration

The Agglomeration of Renter and Owner Incomes, and the Geographic Significance within Glynn County

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Title: The Agglomeration of Renter and Owner Incomes, and the Geographic Significance within Glynn County

Presenter: Dylan Lukitsch

Faculty Support: Melissa Trussell, Ph.D.

Abstract: By analyzing incomes and costs for renter and owner households within Glynn county, the geographic significance exhibits an agglomeration effect on where people ultimately live. Using data between the years of 2010 and 2018, six Census tracts were chosen based on population, low-income, and high-income. As suggested by the median income, median monthly housing costs, and distribution of incomes; renters, and specifically downtown Brunswick renters, possess far less than their owner counterparts.