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2014 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, housing projects, and commercial buildings.

    Highlights

  • New York State’s homeownership rate was the second lowest among the fifty states in 2010 (fourth quarter rates), 52.5 percent compared to the national rate of 65.2 percent.
  • There were an estimated 8.1 million housing units in New York State in 2012.
  • 3.9 million New York housing units were estimated to be owner-occupied in 2012.
  • There were approximately 107,142 closed sales in New York State during 2013, and 206,433 new listings.
  • The median sale price of existing single-family homes in New York State in 2013 was $227,000, compared to $214,000 in 2011.
I-1 Occupied Housing Units — Selected Monthly Housing Cost, US by Region: 2012
I-2 New Housing Units Authorized, US by State: 2011 and 2012
I-3 New Privately Owned Housing Units Authorized by Building Permits in Permit-Issuing Places in the State, US by State: 2012-13
I-4 Homeownership Rates, US by State: 2010 and 2013
I-5 Homeownership Rates, by Age of Householder and Household Type, US: Selected Years 1995-2013
I-6 Housing Units by Locale, NYS by County: 2010
I-7 Housing Units by Type, Tenure, Value, and Vacancy Rates, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates; 2008-12
I-8 New Privately Owned One-Family Houses Completed — Selected Characteristics, US: Selected Years 2000-13
I-9 Occupied Year-Round Housing Units by Tenure and Race, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates, 2008-12
I-10 Occupied Housing Units by Tenure and Number of Bedrooms, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates, 2008-12
I-11 Occupied Housing Units by Selected Characteristics, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates, 2008-12
I-12 Occupied Housing Units by Type of House Heating Fuel, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates, 2008-12
I-13 Year-Round Housing Units by Construction Date and Median Year of Construction, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates, 2008-12
I-14 Housing Units by Units in Structure, NYS by County: Five-Year Estimates, 2008-12
I-15 Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes, US by Metropolitan Areas: 2011-13
I-16 Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes, NYS by County: 2011-13
I-17 Median Selling Price of One-, Two-, and Three-Family Residences, NYS by County: 2009-13
I-18 Area Overview of Real Estate Market, NYS by County: 2013
I-19 NYS Counts by Billing Type, NYS by Board of REALTORS: December 31, 2013
I-20 NYHomes Activity Summary Information: As of December 31, 2008 and 2009
I-21 Commercial Buildings — Summary, US by Selected Characteristics: 2012
I-22 Value of Private Construction Put in Place, US: 2005-13
I-23 Value of State and Local Government Construction Put in Place, US: Selected Years 2013-14
I-24 Construction Industries, Summary Data by North American Industry Classification System, NYS: 2007
I-25 Farm Real Estate — Average Value Per Acre, US by Region and State: 2008-12 and Percent Change: 2011-12
   
  Figures
I-1 Resident Population — Percent Owner-Occupied Units, NYS: 2012
I-2 Resident Population — Percent Renter-Occupied Units, NYS: 2012
I-3 Percent of Households Lacking Complete Plumbing Facilities, NYS: 2012
I-4 Sales and Listings of Residential Real Estate, NYS: 2013
I-5 Closed Sales by Price Range of Residential Real Estate, NYS: 2013
I-6 Median Value of Housing Units, NYS: 2012
I-7 Farm Real Estate — Average Value Per Acre, US and NYS: 2008-12
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