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U.S. Housing Characteristics, Arthur Cresce, U.S. Census Bureau

Friday, April 26 at 9:15 a.m. EDT

Arthur Cresce, assistant division chief for housing statistics in the Social, Economic and Housing Economic Statistics Division at the U.S. Census Bureau, Appeared on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" on Friday, April 26 and discussed U.S. Housing Characteristics

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Biography: Arthur Cresce


Slide 1
Slide 1:
Highlights from Recent Releases on Housing Data [PDF]
Slide 2
Slide 2:
Percent Owner and Renter Households for the United States: 1965 to 2012 [PDF]
Slide 3
Slide 3:
Change in Percent of Renter Households Between 2009 and 2011: 50 Largest Metro Areas [PDF]
Slide 4
Slide 4:
What Happened to Rent (including utilities and fuel) in Our 50 Largest Metro Areas Between 2009 and 2011? [PDF]
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Slide 5:
Change in Percent of Rent-Burdened Households Between 2009 and 2011: 50 Largest Metro Areas [PDF]
Slide 6
Slide 6:
Change in Percentage of Renters Spending 35 Percent or More of Household Income for Gross Rent by MSA: 2009-2011 [PDF]
Slide 7
Slide 7:
New Houses as a Percentage of All Housing Unit by MSA: 2009-2011 [PDF]
Slide 8
Slide 8:
Spending on Home Improvements [PDF]
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Slide 9:
Top Improvements Made to Housing Units [PDF]
Slide 10
Slide 10:
Who is Making Home Improvements?
Slide 11
Slide 11:
Source of Information Used by Renters and Owners to Find Current Residence?

Sources of Information:
Rental Housing Market Condition Measures: A Comparison of US Metropolitan Areas
Physical Characteristics of Housing
American Housing Survey
Home Improvement Infographic

News Release:
Census Bureau Reports Rental Vacancy Rates Down Nationally; Impact Differs by Metro Area

Additional Information:
Housing main page
Gross Rent Tutorial

Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | | Last Revised: June 14, 2013