In an attempt to keep their Jewish roots alive, Jewish New Yorkers have resorted to using the money they earn to pay for housing in the city.
As a result, some of them are paying rent in an effort to find a place to live.
A new study published in the Journal of Jewish Research found that Jewish people in New Yorkers pay $3,000 to $4,000 more than their non-Jewish peers for an average two-bedroom apartment in the Big Apple.
The cost of living is particularly high for families with young children.
A single parent working full-time at minimum wage can afford to rent a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan, but a family of four in the Bronx can’t afford to do so.
A large majority of the renters interviewed said they are trying to reduce the cost of housing by renting privately and paying their landlord a percentage of the rent.
This is a strategy that has proved successful in some cases, such as in New Jersey where landlords have been able to keep up their occupancy rates.
But it is not an ideal solution for many, including the Jews who are forced to choose between paying rent and finding a place of their own.
They are also more likely to stay put, the researchers noted.
One way to get around this problem is to have a mortgage, which is free in New Mexico, but can cost up to $250,000 in California.
Other options are renting in apartments, but they can be expensive.
And there is no shortage of renters in New Orleans.
In New York, however, the costs are not as high.
A report by the National Association of Realtors last year estimated that the average monthly mortgage cost for a single New Yorker in 2014 was $1,634.
This number has been increasing since 2010.
A number of other cities have implemented a form of mortgage deduction to allow renters to lower their monthly mortgage payments by a percentage.
The policy, however it is implemented, has been a big hit with many people.
The largest increase in mortgage deductions has been in Seattle, where the average rent for a two bedroom has dropped by 25 percent since 2009.
In some cases it has increased more than 60 percent.