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2002 New York State Yearbook Banner Section I: Housing

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    Information on housing in New York State — including construction; homeownership; sale prices; mortgage rates; REALTORS®; housing projects; and commercial buildings

    Highlights

  • New York State's homeownership rate was the lowest among the 50 states in 2005 — 56 percent compared to the national rate of 69 percent.
  • There were 7.7 million housing units in New York State in 2000.
  • 3.7 million New York housing units were owner-occupied in 2000.
  • There were 320 thousand sales of existing homes in New York State during 2005, compared to 273 thousand in 2000.
  • The median sale price of single-family homes in New York State in 2006 was $249 thousand, compared to $255 thousand in 2005.
  • There were over 55 thousand REALTORS® in New York State on December 31, 2006.
  • There were over 48 thousand units in affordable housing projects in New York State on December 31, 2006.
  • There were $26 billion worth of construction contracts in New York State in 2005.

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Occupied Housing Units — Cost, US by Region: 2005

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New Housing Units Authorized, US by State: 2005 and 2006

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New Privately Owned Housing Units Started, US by State: Selected Years 2000-06

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Homeownership Rates, US by State: Selected Years 1985-2005

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Homeownership Rates, by Age of Householder and Household Type, US: Selected Years 1985-2005

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Housing Units by Locale, NYS by County: 2000

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Housing Units by Type, Tenure and Value, and Vacancy Rates, NYS by County: 2000

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New Privately Owned One-Family Houses Completed — Selected Characteristics, US: Selected Years 1990-2005

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Occupied Year-Round Housing Units by Tenure and Race, NYS by County: 2000

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Occupied Housing Units by Tenure and Number of Bedrooms, NYS by County: 2000

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Occupied Housing Units by Selected Characteristics, NYS by County: 2000

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Occupied Housing Units by Type of House Heating Fuel, NYS by County: 2000

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Year-Round Housing Units by Construction Date and Median Year of Construction, NYS by County: 2000

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Housing Units by Units in Structure, NYS by County: 2000

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Existing Home Sales, US by State: Selected Years 2000-05

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Existing One-Family Homes, Median Sales Price, US by Selected Metropolitan Areas: 2004-05

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Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes, NYS by County: 2004-06

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Median Selling Price of 1-, 2-, and 3-Family Residences, NYS by County: 2002-06

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Sales of Existing Single-Family Homes, NYS by County: 2004-06

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NYS Counts by Billing Type, NYS by Board of REALTORS: December 31, 2006

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Affordable Housing Corporation Assisted Units, NYS by County: As of December 31, 2006

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Permanent Housing Projects for Homeless Families, NYC: As of August 2007

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Commercial Buildings — Summary, US by Selected Characteristics: 2003

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Construction Contracts — Values of Construction and Floor Space of Buildings, US: Selected Years 1980-2005

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Value of Private Construction Put in Place, US: Selected Years 1995-2005

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Value of State and Local Government Construction Put In Place, US: Selected Years 1995-2005

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Value of Construction Contracts, US by State: Selected Years 2000-05

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Construction Industries, Summary Data by North American Industry Classification System, NYS: 2002

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Construction Industries, Summary Data by North American Industry Classification System, NYS: 2002

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Construction Industries, Summary Data by North American Industry Classification System, NYS: 2002

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