Census Bureau Home Ownership
Homeownership by Race and Ethnicity | Eye On Housing – Homeownership by Race and Ethnicity By Carmel Ford on December 15, 2017 (). Data from the Census Bureau’s Housing Vacancy and homeownership (cps/hvs) survey show that the US homeownership rate increased to 63.9 percent in the third quarter of 2017, up 0.4 percentage points from the third quarter of 2016.
Home-ownership in the United States – Wikipedia – In the US, the homeownership rate is created through the Housing Vacancy Survey by the US Census Bureau. It is created by dividing the owner occupied units by the total number of occupied units. This is an important point to understand changes in the homeownership rate over time.
Homeownership rates fall, Census Bureau report finds – Nov. 2. – Nearly 3 million fewer Americans now own homes compared to the first quarter of 2005, when homeownership peaked at 69.1%, the Census Bureau found.
A Different Kind of Gender Gap: Homeownership Is More Common. – Similarly, we subtracted the percentage of homeowners who were women by the percentage of homeowners who were men to find the "homeownership gap (percentage points)." More data on U.S. households, as well as a breakdown of the ACS’s methodology can be found by using the united states census Bureau’s American FactFinder.
Young Buyers Support Homeownership for 8 Consecutive Quarters. – According to US Census Bureau Housing Vacancies and homeownership data releases, young homebuyers under the age of 44 years old have helped to raise the country’s homeownership rate during all of 2017 and 2018. In Quarter 4 2018, the nation’s homeownership rate grew to 64.8%.
Housing Vacancies and Homeownership (CPS/HVS) – Census – Demographic data and reports from the U.S. Census Bureau. Housing Vacancies and Homeownership (CPS/HVS). Data section. demographic data and reports from the U.S. Census Bureau. NOTICE: Due to a lapse in federal funding this website is not being updated. Learn More.
Homeownership Rate in the U.S. Drops to Lowest Since 1965 – "One of the biggest hurdles now is affordability," Mark Vitner, a senior economist at Wells Fargo Securities LLC in Charlotte, North Carolina, said before the Census Bureau report was released.
Homeownership Rates by Race and Ethnicity of Householder – NOTE: The homeownership rate is the percentage of homeowning households among all households in the given demographic group. Source: U.S. Census Bureau. Web: www.census.gov.
Millennials drive homeownership rate increase in Q3 | 2018-10. – The homeownership rate increased to 64.4% in the third quarter of 2018, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau. This is up slightly from 64.3% in the second quarter and from 63.
NAHB: Homeownership Rates by Race and Ethnicity – For example, homeownership rates are known to vary by race, ethnicity, According to the Census Bureau's American Community Survey.