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Components of the Housing Stock. Source: Census Bureau Housing Vacancy Survey. Live Births. 1946-64 Baby Boom. 1979- Echo Boom. 1965-78 Baby Bust. Data in Millions Source: HHS National Center for Health Statistics. Population Change by Age. Thousands.

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Components of the Housing Stock

Source: Census Bureau Housing Vacancy Survey


Live Births

1946-64

Baby Boom

1979-

Echo Boom

1965-78

Baby Bust

Data in MillionsSource: HHS National Center for Health Statistics


Population Change by Age

Thousands

Sources: Census Bureau and NAHB Long Term Forecast


Foreign-born Share of Population by Age2005

Current Population Survey (Census Bureau)


Mobility by Age: Moved in Previous 12 Months

Source: Current Population Survey March 2004


Households With Second Homes by Age

Survey of Consumer Finances (Federal Reserve Board)


Long Term Demand and Supply

Source: Census Bureau, NAHB Forecast


New Homes Started/Shipped


Median Age of Housing Stock

Years


2006: Chg in Employment v Starts/Pop

  • Excluding Louisiana


2006: Chg in Population v Starts/Pop


Rental Vacancy Rates 2004

US: 10.2%

0% to 8%

8.1% to 11%

11.1% to 13%

13.1% to 18%


Rental Vacancy Rates 2005

US: 9.8%

0% to 8%

8.1% to 11%

11.1% to 13%

13.1% to 15%


Rental Vacancy Rates 2006

US: 9.7%

0% to 8%

8.1% to 11%

11.1% to 13%

13.1% to 18%


Starts per Capita 2004

US: 6.6

10.0 or more

6.7 to 10.0

5.0 to 6.7

Less than 5.0


Starts per Capita 2005

US: 7.0

10.0 or more

6.7 to 10.0

5.0 to 6.7

Less than 5.0


Starts per Capita 2006

US: 6.1

10.0 or more

6.7 to 10.0

5.0 to 6.7

Less than 5.0


Starts per Capita 2007

US: 4.8

10.0 or more

6.7 to 10.0

5.0 to 6.7

Less than 5.0


Starts per Capita 2008

US: 5.0

10.0 or more

6.7 to 10.0

5.0 to 6.7

Less than 5.0


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