Contents 1 Measuring method 2 Government policy 3 Race 4 Type of household 5 Income 6 Historical 7 International Comparison=(2002) 8 See also 9 References 10 Further reading 11 External links

Measuring method[edit] In the US, the homeownership rate is created through the Housing Vacancy Survey by the US Census Bureau. It is created by dividing the owner occupied units by the total number of occupied units. This is an important point to understand changes in the homeownership rate over time. The bust of the housing bubble resulted in many houses becoming foreclosed. However, the decrease in the homeownership rate from 3Q2007 to 4Q2007 was mostly a result of an increase in the renter's population and less due to a decrease in the homeowner population[citation needed].

Government policy[edit] Homeownership has been promoted as government policy using several means involving mortgage debt and the government sponsored entities Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loan Banks, which fund or guarantee $6.5 trillion of assets with the purpose of directly or indirectly promoting homeownership. Homeownership has been further promoted through tax policy which allows a tax deduction for mortgage interest payments on a primary residence. The Community Reinvestment Act also encourages homeownership for low-income earners. The promotion of homeownership by the government through encouraging mortgage borrowing and lending has given rise to debates regarding government policies and the subprime mortgage crisis.

Race[edit] Homeownership rate according to race & ethnicity.[11] The homeownership rate, as well as its change over time, has varied significantly by race.[12] While homeowners constitute the majority of white, Asian and Native American households, the homeownership rate for African Americans and those identifying as Hispanic or Latino has typically fallen short of the fifty percent threshold. Whites have had the highest homeownership rate, followed by Asians and Native Americans.[12] Hispanics had the lowest homeownership rate in the country in all years, except for 2002, up until 2005. For the last half of the decade of the 2000s the homeownership rate for Hispanics exceeded that of African Americans. Temporal fluctuations were slight for all races, with rates commonly not changing more than two percentage points per year.[12] The strongest increase in the percentage of homeowners in the first half of the decade of the 2000s was among non-white minorities. The homeownership rate for minorities approached the sixty percent mark in 2006, which was a significant change because less than half of all minority households owned homes as recently as 1994. The ownership rate for minorities increased by 25.6%, from 47.7% in 1993 to 59.9% in 2006. This rate fell after the 2006 peak, consistent with overall homeownership rates.[12] The increase among white Americans was less substantial. In 2005, 75.8% of white Americans owned their own homes, compared to 70% in 1993, and the rate fell during the last half of the decade of the 2000s, slightly more slowly than for the rest of the population. Thus one can conclude that despite a large remaining discrepancy between the homeownership rates among different racial groups, the gap had been closing up until the peak, with ownership rates increasing more substantially for minorities than for whites, but subsequently began slightly widening.[12] Race 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % change since '94 White (non-Hispanic) 70.0 70.9 71.7 72.0 72.6 73.2 73.8 74.3 74.5 75.4 76.0 75.8 75.8 75.2 75.0 74.8 74.4 73.8 73.5 73.3 72.6 71.9 +2.71% Asian American 51.3 50.8 50.8 52.8 52.6 53.1 52.8 53.9 54.7 56.3 59.8 60.1 60.8 60.0 59.5 59.3 58.9 58.0 56.6 57.4 57.3 56.1 +9.35% Native American 51.7 55.8 51.6 51.7 54.3 56.1 56.2 55.4 54.6 54.3 55.6 58.2 58.2 56.9 56.5 56.2 52.3 53.5 51.1 51.0 52.2 50.3 (-2.08%) African American 42.3 42.7 44.1 44.8 45.6 46.3 47.2 47.7 47.3 48.1 49.1 48.2 47.9 47.2 47.4 46.2 45.4 44.9 43.9 43.1 43.0 42.3 0.00% Hispanic or Latino 41.2 42.1 42.8 43.3 44.7 45.5 46.3 47.3 48.2 46.7 48.1 49.5 49.7 49.7 49.1 48.4 47.5 46.9 46.1 46.1 45.4 45.6 +10.68% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2016[12]

Type of household[edit] Homeownership rate according to type of household.[13] There is a strong correlation between the type and age of a household's family structure and homeownership.[13] As of 2006, married couple families, which also have the highest median income of any household type, were most likely to own a home. Age played a significant role as well with homeownership increasing with the age of the householder until age 65, when a slight decrease becomes visible. While only 43% of households with a householder under the age of thirty-five owned a home, 81.6% of those with a householder between the ages of 55 and 64 did.[13] This means that households with a middle-aged householder were nearly twice as likely to own a home as those with a young householder. Overall married couple families with a householder age 70 to 74 had the highest homeownership rate with 93.3% being homeowners. The lowest homeownership rate was recorded for single females under the age of twenty-five of whom only 13.6%, were homeowners. Yet, single females had an overall higher homeownership rate than single males and single mothers.[13]

Income[edit] Housing characteristics according to income in 2002. Main article: Income in the United States There are considerable correlations between income, homeownership rate and housing characteristics. As income is closely linked to social status, sociologist Leonard Beeghley has made the hypothesis that "the lower the social class, then the fewer amenities built into housing." According to 2002, US Census Bureau data housing characteristics vary considerably with income. For homeowners with middle-range household incomes, ranging from $40,000 to $60,000, the median home value was $112,000, while the median size was 1,700 square feet (160 m2) and the median year of construction was 1970. A slight majority, 54% of homes occupied by owners in this group had two or more bathrooms.[14] Among homeowners with household incomes in the top 10%, those earning more than $120,000 a year, home values were considerably higher while houses were larger and newer. The median value for homes in this demographic was $256,000 while median square footage was 2,500 and the median year of construction was 1977. The vast majority, 80%, had two or more bathrooms. Overall, houses of those with higher incomes were larger, newer, more expensive with more amenities.[14]

Historical[edit] Figure from 2016 U.S. Census Bureau Press Release[15] Quarterly U.S. homeownership rates, showing recessions colored by percentage point changes of homeownership rate during each recession[16] Year Home ownership rate[17] 1960 62.1 1961 62.4 1962 63.0 1963 63.1 1964 63.1 1965 63.3 1966 63.4 1967 63.6 1968 63.9 1969 64.3 1970 64.2 1971 64.2 1972 64.4 1973 64.5 1974 64.6 1975 64.6 1976 64.7 1977 64.8 1978 65.0 1979 65.6 1980 65.6 1981 65.4 1982 64.8 1983 64.6 1984 64.5 1985 63.9 1986 63.8 1987 64.0 1988 63.8 1989 63.9 1990 63.9 1991 64.1 1992 64.1 1993 64.0 1994 64.0 1995 64.7 1996 65.4 1997 65.7 1998 66.3 1999 66.8 2000 67.4 2001 67.8 2002 67.9 2003 68.3 2004 69.0 2005 68.9 2006 68.8 2007 68.1 2008 67.8 2009 67.4 2010 66.9 2011 66.1 2012 65.4 2013 65.1 2014 64.5 2015 63.7

International Comparison=(2002)[edit] Country Austria Belgium Denmark France Germany Ireland Norway Spain Portugal UK US Slovenia Israel Canada Home ownership rate[4] 56% 71% 51% 55% 42% 77% 77% 85% 64% 69% 68% 82% 71% 67%

See also[edit] Home portal List of countries by home ownership rate Household income in the United States Real estate pricing Economy of the United States Poverty in the United States Homelessness in the United States

References[edit] ^ "US Census Bureau, Homeownership by Area". Retrieved 2010-01-06.  ^ a b "US Census Bureau, Homeownership in the United States, 1960-2004". Retrieved 2006-10-05.  ^ "What is homeownership rate? definition and meaning". Retrieved 14 October 2017.  ^ a b "EU homeownership rates, 2002" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-06-16. Retrieved 2007-02-15.  ^ Terrence P. Jeffrey (24 February 2015). "U.S. Homeownership Rate Hits 20-Year Low". Retrieved 25 February 2015.  ^ Federal Reserve report shows homeowner equity dipping below 50 percent, lowest on record,, URL accessed 28 December 2008 ^ "Why Has Home Ownership Fallen Among the Young?" (PDF). Retrieved 14 October 2017.  ^ "US Census Bureau, distribution of homeowners among the income quitniles". Archived from the original on 2006-07-07. Retrieved 2006-10-05.  ^ "A Note on the Benefits of Homeownership, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago" (PDF). Retrieved 14 October 2017.  ^ "Zero down on a $2 million house is no problem in Silicon Valley's 'weird and scary' real estate market". 29 July 2016. Retrieved 14 October 2017.  ^ a b "US Census Bureau, homeownership by race". Retrieved 2017-10-29.  ^ a b c d e f "US Census Bureau, homeownership by race". Retrieved 2017-10-29.  ^ a b c d "US Census Bureau, homeownership according to age and type of household". Retrieved 2006-10-05.  ^ a b Beeghley, Leonard (2004). The Structure of Social Stratification in the United States. Boston, MA: Pearson.  ^ "QUARTERLY RESIDENTIAL VACANCIES AND HOMEOWNERSHIP, FOURTH QUARTER 2016" (PDF). Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ "US Census Bureau, Housing Vacancies and Homeownership". Retrieved 14 October 2017.  ^ "US Census Bureau, homeownership rate by area". Retrieved 2016-10-24. 

Further reading[edit] Kwak, Nancy H. A World of Homeowners: American Power and the Politics of Housing Aid ( University of Chicago Press, 2015). 328 pp.

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