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Census

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Census, from most recent to least.

Are Millennials Leaving DC?

Are Millennials Leaving DC?

Nena Perry-Brown | September 26th 2019

New population data shows that while older millennials are DC's largest demographic group, younger millennials are growing more scarce. ... read »

How Where You Live in DC Affects Your Upward Mobility

How Where You Live in DC Affects Your Upward Mobility

Nena Perry-Brown | October 4th 2018

A recently released study of Census Bureau data maps where upward mobility is most likely to be enjoyed by a child born into various circumstances. ... read »

The Difference That Seven Years Makes in DC’s Housing Market

The Difference That Seven Years Makes in DC’s Housing Market

Nena Perry-Brown | September 27th 2017

In light of Census data being released earlier this month, UrbanTurf is taking a look at how the housing stock and affordability of the District has... read »

The Difference That Seven Years Makes in the Demographics of DC

The Difference That Seven Years Makes in the Demographics of DC

Nena Perry-Brown | September 20th 2017

In light of Census data being released last week, UrbanTurf is taking a look at how the demographics of the District have changed between 2009 and... read »

The Most Interesting DC Housing Data From the American Community Survey

The Most Interesting DC Housing Data From the American Community Survey

Nena Perry-Brown | September 15th 2017

Yesterday, the Census Bureau released the most recent data from the annual American Community Survey. Here's a selection of some of the most... read »

$930: Monthly Cost to Live In the Typical American Home

$930: Monthly Cost to Live In the Typical American Home

Shilpi Paul | January 7th 2013 | 4 Comments

Recent data reveals that the median size of a typical home in the U.S. is a three-bedroom, two-bath abode. But it is the median monthly cost that... read »

The Changing Face of Housing in DC

The Changing Face of Housing in DC

Shilpi Paul | June 11th 2012 | 5 Comments

This past Friday, Housing Complex reported on some revealing graphs, charts and maps from the Office of Planning that visualize housing and... read »

Homeownership Rates Down in Region

Homeownership Rates Down in Region

Shilpi Paul | May 14th 2012

With the news that the home ownership rate in the US has fallen to a 15-year low, UrbanTurf was curious about how our region compared with the... read »

Homeownership Falls To 15-Year Low

Homeownership Falls To 15-Year Low

Shilpi Paul | May 1st 2012

New Census data released on Monday revealed that homeownership rates are now at 65.4 percent, a low last seen in 1997. ... read »

Study: 24% of DC “Working Households” Pay More Than Half of Income on Housing

Study: 24% of DC “Working Households” Pay More Than Half of Income on Housing

Shilpi Paul | February 27th 2012

According to a study released by the Center for Housing Policy, housing costs have become more of a burden on middle class Americans in the past... read »

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