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Homes-Nonfarm Housing Units
No. 1173. HOMEOWNER-OCCUPANCY RATES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS, AND REGIONS: 1960 TO 1972
[In percent. Annual averages. Based on Current Population Survey; see text, p. 1. For definition of standard metropolitan statistical areas, see Section 34. For composition of regions, see fig. I, p. xii]
1 As constituted April 1930. ?As constituted February 1971. Based partially on 1930 definition and partially on 1970 definition. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Housing Reports, series H-111 and Census of Population and Housing, 1970, series PHC (2)-1, United States Summary, General Demographic Trends for Metropolitan Areas, 1960 to 1970.
No. 1174. HOMES WITH SELECTED ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: 1952 TO 1972 [Wired homes in millions. As of December 31. Percentages based on total number of homes wired for electricity]
NA Not available. X Not applicable.
1 Prior to 1970, radio data based on total homes, as follows: 53,300,000 in 1960, and 58,556,000 in 1965. Source: Billboard Publications, Inc., New York, N.Y., Merchandising Week, annual statistical issues. (Copy. right.)
No. 1175. MORTGAGE STATUS OF NONFARM DWELLING UNITS: 1920 TO 1971 [In thousands, except percent. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. For 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; for 1960, for properties with 1- to 4-dwelling units, and for 1971, for properties with 1 housing unit. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series N 190-194]
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing: 1950, vol. I, 1960, and 1970, vol. V.
No. 1176. MORTGAGED OWNER-OCCUPIED NONFARM PROPERTIES-MARKET Value, MORTGAGE DEBT, AND INTEREST RATE: 1890 TO 1971
[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. For definition of median, see prefece]
Source: Prior to 1960, Ratcliff, Rathbun, and Honnold, Residential Finance, 1950, John Wiley and Sons, New York, N.Y.; thereafter, U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing. 1960; and 1970, vol. V.
RESIDENTIAL LOANS UNDERWRITTEN BY FHA AND VA: 1950 TO 1972 [In millions of dollars. FHA-insured loans represent gross amount of insurance written; VA-guaranteed loans, gross amount of loans closed. Figures do not take account of principal repayments on previously insured or guaranteed loans. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series N 179-185]
1 Not ordinarily secured by mortgages.
2 Includes refinancing loans, loans on mobile homes (beginning in 1971), and a small amount of alteration and repair loans. In the latter catagory, only loans of more than $1,000 need be secured.
Source: U.S. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Current data in Federal Reserve Bulletin. No. 1178. CHARACTERISTICS OF CONVENTIONAL FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR PURCHASE OF SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES: 1970 TO 1973
[Percent, except as indicated. Monthly averages. Refers to loans originated directly (rather than through correspondents) by savings and loan associations, life insurance companies, mortgage companies, commercial banks, and mutual savings banks. 1973, Apr. data not comparable with earlier years because of technical changes in procedures for compiling averages]
1 Include only discounts and initial payments that provide additional income to lender; exclude reimbursable closing costs. Expressed as percent of principal mortgage amount.
Source: U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board, monthly news releases.
FHA Insured Mortgages-Home Loans-Foreclosures
No. 1179. ONE-FAMILY HOMES, FHA-INSURED MORTGAGES: 1960 TO 1972 [Percent distribution, except median value and cost. Data are for "Section 203(b)" only. For definition of median,
- Represents zero.
NA Not available. 1 Comprises mortgage payment for first year, estimated heating and utilities cost, and estimated upkeep. 2 Average.
Source: U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Housing Production and Mortgage Credit-FHA, HUD Statistical Yearbook.
No. 1180. HOME LOANS GUARANTEED BY VA: 1960 TO 1972
[Percent distribution. Covers veterans regardless of place of residence. Based on complete count of primary loans
No. 1181. ESTIMATED NONFARM REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES: 1930 TO 1972 [Old series excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Based on data from approximately 1,700 counties, cities, townships, or other government divisions. Represents number of properties acquired through foreclosure proceedings. Excludes voluntary deeds of sale in lieu of foreclosure and defaults on real estate contracts. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series N 189]
X Not applicable. Discontinued after 1968.
*Based on 1967 benchmark and, to a minor degree, also differs conceptually from old series; difference largely due to understated reports and underestimating in old series. Includes farm foreclosures, relatively small. Source: U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Savings and Home Financing Source Book, annual.
No. 1160. VACANCY RATES-INSIDE AND OUTSIDE STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS, AND REGIONS: 1960 TO 1973
[In percent. Annual averages, except as indicated. Based on Current Population Survey: see text, p. 1. Rate is relationship between vacant housing for rent or for sale and the total supply, which comprises occupied units, units already rented or sold and awaiting occupancy, and vacant units available for rent. For composition of regions, see fig. I, p. xii; for definition of standard metropolitan statistical areas, see section 31]
1 For 1960, data are for 168 standard metropolitan areas as defined at time of 1950 Census of Population; for 1965-1971, 212 SMSA's as defined at time of 1960 Census; for 1972 and 1973 data based partially on 1960 Census and partially on 243 SMSA's defined at time of 1970 Census.
No. 1161. VACANT HOUSING UNITS—BY TYPE OF VACANCY, INSIDE AND OUTSIDE STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS: 1965 TO 1972 [Percent distribution. Annual averages, except as indicated. See footnote 1, table 1160]
No. 1162. VACANCY RATES FOR HOUSING UNITS WITH SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS:
Source of tables 1160-1162: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Housing Reports, series H-111.
1960 or later.
No. 1163. HOUSING UNITS-SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS: 1960 AND 1970 [In thousands, except percent. For definition of median, see preface]
NA Not available.
$35,000 or more.
.dol.. 11, 900
X Not applicable.
Excludes mobile homes or trailers.
2 Based on a completecount basis, but tabulated on a 20-percent sample basis. 3 Limited to one-family homes on less than 10 acres and no business on property. Excludes one-family homes on 10 acres or more. Occupied housing units. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing: 1960, vol. I, and 1970, vol. I.
No. 1164. HOUSING UNITS, BY GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS: 1950 To 1970 [In thousands, except percent. For composition of divisions, see fig. I, p. xii]
Covers 212 SMSA's as defined in 1960. For definition of standard metropolitan statistical areas, see text, section 34. * Covers 243 SMSA's as defined Feb. 21, 1971.
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Housing, 1960, vol. I, and Census of Population and Housing: 1970, General Demographic Trends for Metropolitan Áreas, 1920 to 1970, final report, series PHC (2)-1.