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Housing Affordability 2009

Who Can Afford to Buy a Home in 2009? [PDF]

Criterion Homes Worksheet [XLS - 51K]

Detailed Tables:

For Families and Unrelated Individuals

  • Table 1-1 [XLS - 51K] Maximum-Priced Home That Can Be Afforded for Families and Unrelated Individuals, by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 1-2 [XLS - 31K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for Different Types of Criterion Homes, by Current Tenure : United States, 2009
  • Table 1-3 [XLS - 31K] Affordability Status for a Median-Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, Regions, and Divisions, 2009
  • Table 1-4 [XLS - 31K] Affordability Status for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, Regions, and Divisions, 2009
  • Table 1-5 [XLS - 37K] Affordability Status for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, and Selected States, 2009

Median-Priced Homes

  • Table 2-1 [XLS - 45K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median-Priced Home, by Current Tenure, and Type of Family: United States and Regions, 2009
  • Table 2-2 [XLS - 43K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median-Priced Home, by Race and Hispanic Origin and Current Tenure: 30-YEAR FINANCING
  • Table 2-3 [XLS - 43K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median-Priced Home, by Age of Householder and Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 2-4 [XLS - 52K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median-Priced Home, by "Available" Money Family Income and Current Tenure:United States, 2009
  • Table 2-5 [XLS - 40K] Reason Median-Priced Home Cannot be Afforded for Families and Unrelated Individuals Below Affordability Level, by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 2-6 [XLS - 43K] Affordability Deficit for Families and Unrelated Individuals That Cannot Afford Median Priced Home in Area, by Current Tenure: United States, 2009

Modestly Priced Homes

  • Table 3-1 [XLS - 51K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home, by Current Tenure, and Type of Family: United States and Regions, 2009
  • Table 3-2 [XLS - 45K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home, by Race and Hispanic Origin and Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 3-3 [XLS - 43K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home, by Age of Householder and Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 3-3A [XLS - 39K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home, by Age of Householder, Current Tenure, Race and Hispanic Origin: United States, 2009
  • Table 3-4 [XLS - 54K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home, by "Available" Money Family Income and Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 3-5 [XLS - 41K] Reason Modestly Priced Home Cannot be Afforded for Families and Unrelated Individuals Below Affordability Level, by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 3-5A [XLS - 39K] Reason Modestly Priced Home Cannot be Afforded for Families and Unrelated Individuals Below Affordability Level, by Race, Hispanic Origin, Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 3-6 [XLS - 43K] Affordability Deficit for Families and Unrelated Individuals That Cannot Afford Modestly Priced Home in Area, by Current Tenure: United States, 2009

Affordability Historical Tables

  • Table 4-1 [XLS - 47K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median-Priced Home, by Current Tenure and Type of Financing: United States, 1984, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2002, 2004, and 2009
  • Table 4-2 [XLS - 47K] Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home, by Current Tenure and Type of Financing: United States, 1984, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2002, 2004, and 2009

Effect of Policy Changes

  • Table 5-1 [XLS - 42K] Effect of Changes in Interest Rates on Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-2 [XLS - 43K] Effect of Changes in Interest Rates on Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-3 [XLS - 39K] Effect of Different Down Payment Subsidies on Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-4 [XLS - 39K] Effect of Different Down Payment Subsidies on Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-5 [XLS - 41K] Effect of Changes in Required Down Payment on Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-6 [XLS - 41K] Effect of Changes in Required Down Payment on Affordability Status of Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009

Effect of Policy Changes for Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals

  • Table 5-7 [XLS - 40K] Effect of Changes in Interest Rates on Affordability Status of Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-8 [XLS - 40K] Effect of Changes in Interest Rates on Affordability Status of Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-9 [XLS - 38K] Effect of Different Down Payment Subsidies on Affordability Status of Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-10 [XLS - 39K] Effect of Different Down Payment Subsidies on Affordability Status of Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-11 [XLS - 39K] Effect of Changes in Required Down Payment on Affordability Status of Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Median Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009
  • Table 5-12 [XLS - 39K] Effect of Changes in Required Down Payment on Affordability Status of Black and Hispanic Origin Families and Unrelated Individuals for a Modestly Priced Home by Current Tenure: United States, 2009

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Housing Affordability |  Last Revised: 2013-05-28T10:06:11.718-04:00