With a median income of $37,606 and an average price of $134.63 per month for a storage unit, renting storage for a year in 98101 Seattle would require 4.3% of a median earner's annual income. This ratio of storage price to median income is very high compared to other ZIP codes nationally, ranking in at the 93rd percentile, which can allow us to conclude that storage in the 98101 is relatively expensive for most of its residents. When it comes to other ZIP codes in Washington, storage as a percent of median income is very expensive in comparison, ranking in at the 98th percentile.
There are 7,245 households in 98101 Seattle and approximately 7,029 storage units, meaning there are 0.97019 units per household. In terms of units-per-household in ZIP codes nationwide, 98101 has a very high amount of coverage, ranking in at the 99th percentile, which means finding a storage unit should be no problem whatsoever. 98101 has a very high number of storage units per household comapred to other Washington ZIP codes, ranking in at the 99th percentile.
In terms of the number of people living in 98101, the ZIP code has a population of 10,238. With a total of 556,985 square feet of storage space in the ZIP, there are 54.4sqft of storage per person. This is a very high number of square feet of storage per capita compared to other ZIP codes nationwide, ranking in at the 99th percentile. In terms of other ZIP codes in Washington, 98101 ranks at the 99th percentile, meaning it has very high coverage compared to other ZIP codes in the state.