Minnesota housing in 2000
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Describes housing vacancy and tenure trends from the 2000 census and housing price data from the Minnesota Department of Revenue
Date: August 27, 2001
Subject(s): Demography; Housing
Creator(s): Minnesota Planning (Agency). Office of the State Demographer
Contributor: Martha McMurry
Publisher: Minnesota Planning (Agency)
Alternative resource record formats: XML | MARC record (for inclusion in library catalogs)
1) In 2000, 3.3 percent of Minnesota’s housing units were vacant, one of the lowest rates in the nation.
2) Vacancy rates were especially low in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
3) In 2000, 74.6 percent of Minnesota households were owner-occupied, up from 71.8 percent in 1990.
4) Suburban areas of the Twin Cities area generally have the largest households.
5) There has been a trend towards converting vacation and seasonal homes into year-round housing.
6) Housing prices rose in all regions during the 1990s, with particularly large gains in north central Minnesota.
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