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HUD Consolidated Plan. Cuyahoga County Planning Commission Cuyahoga Urban County September 16, 2009. HUD Housing Programs and Planning Documents. Cuyahoga Housing Consortium created. Establishment of Programs. Community Development Block Grant Program. HOME Investment Partnerships Program.

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HUD Consolidated Plan

Cuyahoga County Planning Commission

Cuyahoga Urban County

September 16, 2009


HUD Housing Programs and Planning Documents

Cuyahoga Housing Consortium created

Establishment of Programs

Community Development Block Grant Program

HOME Investment Partnerships Program

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Emergency Shelter Grant Program

Neighborhood Stabilization Program

1974

1987

1990

1992

2008

2009

1980’s

1990

1994

Housing Assistance Plan

Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy

Five-Year Consolidated Plan

Planning Documents


HUD Consolidated PlanFY 2010 – FY 2014

  • Five-Year Plan (prepared once every five years)

    • A planning document to:

      • Describe the housing needs of low- and moderate-income residents;

      • Outline strategies to meet the needs; and

      • Discuss resources available to implement the strategies.

  • One-Year Plan (prepared every year)

    • Description of how the available HUD funds, plus non-federal funds, will be used during the next twelve-month period for programs identified in the Five-Year Plan.


HUD Consolidated PlanFY 2010 – FY 2014

  • Components – Five-Year Plan

    • Examine existing and emerging demographic and housing trends;

    • Develop local priority needs and objectives for housing-related programs based on the trends;

    • Develop a plan for assessing yearly performance; and

    • Consult with private, nonprofit, and public agencies/organizations to better understand the needs of specific populations and the programs currently being provided.


HUD Consolidated PlanFY 2010 – FY 2014

  • Content – Five-Year Plan

    • Community Profile

      • Characteristics of the general population;

      • Characteristics of the housing stock and housing market;

      • Affordable housing needs of low- and moderate-income persons and families;

      • Needs of homeless persons; and

      • Needs of non-homeless persons with special needs who require supportive services.


Cuyahoga Housing Consortium


Demographics


Percent Population Change, 1990 – 2000

1990 – 2000

By Census Tract

1990 – 2000

By Community

Source: U.S. Census


Percent Population Change

Source: U.S. Census


Age Composition

*approximation

Source: U.S. Census,

2005 – 2007 ACS


Percent Minority Composition

by Census Tract

2000

1990

Source: U.S. Census


Percent Minority Composition

*approximation

Source: U.S. Census


Median Household Income

by Census Tract

1999

1989*

*Adjusted to 1999 dollars

Source: U.S. Census


Median Household Income

Not adjusted to current dollars.

*approximation

Source: U.S. Census


“120% of Area Median Income” in 2008 = $67,050 for a family of three persons.


Percent Persons Below Poverty Level

by Census Tract

1999

One adult under age 65 = $8,867

1989

One adult under age 65 = $6,451

Source: U.S. Census


Percent Persons Below Poverty Level

*approximation

Source: U.S. Census


Unemployment Rate

*approximation

Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Ohio Labor Market Information


Housing


Percent Residential Housing

Unit Period of Construction

by Census Tract

1940 – 1969

1939 or Earlier

Source: U.S. Census


Percent Renter-Occupied Housing

Units by Census Tract

2000

1990

Source: U.S. Census


Tenure by Units in Structure

*approximation

Source: U.S. Census,

2005 – 2007 ACS


Median Sales Price of Single-Family Homes

Source: NEOCANDO


“High-Cost” defined as an interest rate 3% or more above prime rate. Prime rate in 2004-2006 = 4.0% - 8.25%.


Source: NEOCANDO


Foreclosure Filings

Foreclosure Filings

Source: NEOCANDO


Foreclosure Filings

Foreclosure Filings

Sheriff Deeds

Source: NEOCANDO


Foreclosure Filings 2009 (through Sept 4)

Available only to owner-occupants.

For elderly or disabled homeowners, exempts $25,000 of the market value of a home from property taxes.

Source: NEOCANDO


HUD Consolidated Plan

Cuyahoga County Planning Commission

Cuyahoga Urban County

September 16, 2009


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