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No. 1100.

OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM HOUSING UNITS-VALUE: 1950 AND 1960 [Number in thousands. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Data restricted to 1-housing-unit structures without business and with only 1 housing unit on property. Value represents the amount which the owneroccupant estimated that the property, including the structure and its land, would sell for under ordinary conditions and not at forced sale. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]

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1 1960 data collected on basis of intervals rounded to nearest $100 ($5,000 to $7,400, $7,500 to $9,900, etc.). Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I, and 1960, Vol. I.

No. 1101.

NONFARM OWNER-OCCUPIED DWELLING UNITS-MORTGAGE STATUS: 1890 TO 1960

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Through 1920, mortgage data are for owner-occupied units in all types of structures; for 1940 and 1950, for owner-occupied dwelling units in 1- to 4-dwelling unit structures without business; and for 1960, for properties with 1 to 4 dwelling units. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series N 190-194]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I. and 1960, Vol.V.

No. 1102. MORTGAGED OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM PROPERTIES-MARKET
VALUE, MORTGAGE DEBT, AND INTEREST RATE: 1890 To 1960

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]
1-DWELLING-UNIT PROPERTIES

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ALL PROPERTIES
1890

1920

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Source: Prior to 1960, Ratcliff, Rathbun, and Honnold, Residential Finance, 1950, John Wiley and Sons, New York, N.Y.; thereafter, Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing: 1960, Vol. V.

No. 1098. HOUSING UNITS-TENURE, CONDITION AND PLUMBING, ROOMS, AND PERSONS PER ROOM: 1960

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X Not applicable. 1 For definition of median, see headnote, table 8.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1960, Vol. I, Congressional District
Data Book, and unpublished data.
RENTER-OCCUPIED NONFARM HOUSING UNITts-Gross Monthly Rent:
1940 To 1960

No. 1099.

[Number in thousands. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Contract monthly rent is the rent at the time of enumeration, as contracted for by the renter, regardless of whether it includes furniture, heating fuel, electricity, cooking fuel, water, or other services sometimes supplied. Gross monthly rent is contract monthly rent plus the reported average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water) and other fuels (such as coal, oil, kerosene, and wood) if these items were paid for by the renter, in addition to contract monthly rent. In 1940 and 1950, if furniture was included in the contract rent, the reported estimated rent of the housing unit without furniture was used for the computation rather than the contract rent. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Sixteenth Census Reports, 1940, Housing, Vol. III, and U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I, and 1960, Vol. I.

No. 1100.

OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM HOUSING UNITS-VALUE: 1950 AND 1960 [Number in thousands. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Data restricted to 1-housing-unit structures without business and with only 1 housing unit on property. Value represents the amount which the owneroccupant estimated that the property, including the structure and its land, would sell for under ordinary conditions and not at forced sale. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]

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1 1960 data collected on basis of intervals rounded to nearest $100 ($5,000 to $7,400, $7,500 to $9,900, etc.). Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I, and 1960, Vol. I.

No. 1101.

NONFARM OWNER-OCCUPIED DWELLING UNITS MORTGAGE STATUS: 1890 To 1960

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Through 1920, mortgage data are for owner-occupied units in all types of structures; for 1940 and 1950, for owner-occupied dwelling units in 1- to 4-dwelling unit structures without business; and for 1960, for properties with 1 to 4 dwelling units. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series N 190-194]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I, and 1960, Vol. V.

No. 1102. MORTGAGED OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM PROPERTIES-MARKET
VALUE, MORTGAGE DEBT, AND INTEREST RATE: 1890 To 1960

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]
1-DWELLING-UNIT PROPERTIES

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ALL PROPERTIES
1890

1920

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Source: Prior to 1960, Ratcliff, Rathbun, and Honnold, Residential Finance, 1950, John Wiley and Sons, New York, N.Y.; thereafter, Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing: 1960, Vol. V.

No. 1098. HOUSING UNITS-TENURE, CONDITION AND PLUMBING, ROOMS, AND
PERSONS PER ROOM: 1960

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1960, Vol. I, Congressional District
Data Book, and unpublished data.

No. 1099.

RENTER-OCCUPIED NONFARM HOUSING UNITS-GROSS MONTHLY RENT:
1940 TO 1960

[Number in thousands. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Contract monthly rent is the rent at the
time of enumeration, as contracted for by the renter, regardless of whether it includes furniture, heating fuel,
electricity, cooking fuel, water, or other services sometimes supplied. Gross monthly rent is contract monthly
rent plus the reported average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water) and other fuels (such as coal,
oil, kerosene, and wood) if these items were paid for by the renter, in addition to contract monthly rent. In
1940 and 1950, if furniture was included in the contract rent, the reported estimated rent of the housing unit
without furniture was used for the computation rather than the contract rent. For definition of median,
see headnote, table 8]

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No. 1100.

OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM HOUSING UNITS-VALUE: 1950 AND 1960 [Number in thousands. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Data restricted to 1-housing-unit structures without business and with only 1 housing unit on property. Value represents the amount which the owneroccupant estimated that the property, including the structure and its land, would sell for under ordinary conditions and not at forced sale. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]

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X Not applicable.

1 1960 data collected on basis of intervals rounded to nearest $100 ($5,000 to $7,400, $7,500 to $9,900, etc.). Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I, and 1960, Vol. I.

No. 1101. NONFARM OWNER-OCCUPIED DWELLING UNITS MORTGAGE STATUS: 1890 TO 1960

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Through 1920, mortgage data are for owner-occupied units in all types of structures; for 1940 and 1950, for owner-occupied dwelling units in 1- to 4-dwelling unit structures without business; and for 1960, for properties with 1 to 4 dwelling units. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series N 190–194]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, Vol. I. and 1960, Vol. V.

No. 1102. MORTGAGED OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM PROPERTIES-MARKET
VALUE, MORTGAGE DEBT, AND INTEREST RATE: 1890 TO 1960

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. For definition of median, see headnote, table 8]
1-DWELLING-UNIT PROPERTIES
1960

ITEM

ALL PROPERTIES
1890

1920

1940

1950

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NA Not available. 1 Estimated from midpoints of distribution.
Source: Prior to 1960, Ratcliff, Rathbun, and Honnold, Residential Finance, 1950, John Wiley and Sons, New
York, N.Y.; thereafter, Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing: 1960, Vol. V.

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