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Data and Statistics

New Local-Level Information from 2010 Census for Vermont Released

Yesterday the U.S. Census Bureau released new, detailed demographic information for Vermont.  

This information includes the most detailed counts available so far from the 2010 Census, including cross-tabulations of age, sex, households, families, relationship to householder, housing units, detailed race and Hispanic or Latino origin groups, and group quarters. The statistics are available for a variety of geographic areas, with most tables available down to the neighborhood block level.

Neighborhood Census 2010 data coming next week

Next week, the U.S. Census Bureau will release the most detailed information available so far from the 2010 Census, including tables on age, sex, households, families, relationship to householder, characteristics of owners and renters, and race and Hispanic or Latino origin groups. The information will be available for a variety of geographic areas, with most tables available down to the neighborhood block or census tract level.

Report: Average rent more than SSI payment

The national average rent for a modestly priced one-bedroom apartment is more than the entire Supplemental Security Income (SSI) of a person with a disability, according to a study released today by the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities Housing Task Force and the Technical Assistance Collaborative (TAC).

HUD: Chronic homelessness down, family homelessness up

The U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) this week released its "2010 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress."

New Census data for Vermont

The U.S. Census Bureau has released its 2010 demographic profile for Vermont.

The profile includes data on age and sex distributions, race, household relationship and type, group quarters population, housing occupancy (including vacancy status) and tenure (whether the housing occupant owns or rents).

Report: Vermont rents rank among country's highest

A Vermont household renting outside of the Burlington metropolitan area needs to earn at least $16.91 to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment, according to the latest "Out of Reach" report released by the National Low-Income Housing Coalition.

Compared to the combined non-metropolitan areas of other states, this ranks Vermont 8th highest in the U.S. Vermont’s combined non-metropolitan area consists of all counties in the state except Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle.

Vermont homeownership rates hold steady despite national decline

Homeownership rates in the United States, especially among younger households, have been declining since their peak in 2004, according to recent analysis by the National Home Builder's Association.

VHFA wondered whether Vermont was experiencing the same decline.

We weren't able to look at homeownership rates by age, but instead charted Vermont's overall homeownership rate compared to the national. Interestingly, the U.S. Census Bureau surveys show no statistically significant decline in Vermont.

NPR sets home prices to music

National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" aired a story yesterday in which they set the Case-Shiller home price index to music. Enjoy.

Report: Homelessness calls to Vermont 2-1-1 up 30%

Vermont 2-1-1's analysis of calls to the helpline in 2010, shows calls related to homelessness were up 30 percent over the previous year.

Some other findings from the organization's recent report:

Housing data site updated

We've just completed our latest update to the "Vermont housing data profiles" section of Vermont Housing Data. We've added or updated:


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