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o Description of Report

Appendices: o A. Overview of the Survey of Income and Program Participation o B. Definitions and Explanations o C. Methodology o D. Data Quality

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    Detailed Tables: For Families and Unrelated Individuals, 1991
  • Table 1-1. Maximum-Priced Home That Can Be Afforded: United States
  • Table 1-2. Affordability Status by Different Types of Criterion Homes: United States 1991
  • Table 1-3. Affordability Status for a Median-Priced Home
  • Table 1-4. Affordability Status for a Modestly Priced Home Median-Priced Homes:
  • Table 2-1. Affordability Status by Type of Family
  • Table 2-2. Affordability Status by Race and Hispanic Origin
  • Table 2-3. Affordability Status by Age of Householder
  • Table 2-4. Affordability Status by 'Available' Family Money Income
  • Table 2-5. Reason Cannot Be Afforded
  • Table 2-6. Affordability Deficit Modestly Priced Homes:
  • Table 3-1. Affordability Status by Type of Family: US and Regions
  • Table 3-2. Affordability Status by Race and Hispanic Origin
  • Table 3-3. Affordability Status by Age of Householder
  • Table 3-4. Affordability Status by 'Available' Family Money Income
  • Table 3-5. Reason Cannot Be Afforded
  • Table 3-6. Affordability Deficit

  • Table 4-1. Affordability Status for Median-Priced Home: US, 1984, 1988, 1991
  • Table 4-2. Affordability Status for Modestly Priced Home: US, 1984, 1988, 1991
  • Table 4-3. Affordability Status by Value and Income Quintiles Using Conventional Financing
  • Table 4-4. Affordability Status by Value and Income Quintiles Using FHA Financing
  • Table 5-3. Effect of Different Down Payment Subsidies for Median-Priced Home
  • Table 5-4. Effect of Different Down Payment Subsidies for Modestly Priced Home
  • Table 5-5. Effect of Changes in Required Down Payment for Median-Priced Home
  • Table 5-6. Effect of Changes in Required Down Payment for Modestly Priced Home

Contact Peter Fronczek at 301-763-8165 (pfroncze@census.gov) or Howard Savage at 301-763-8165 (hsavage@census.gov) for further information on Housing Affordability.

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