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Wondering what the average renter or homeowner pays for housing in your town? Or how much of the neighboring town’s housing is single-family? Or how many people are living in the town you are considering moving to? That information and much, much more is now available in the Partnership for Strong Communities’ 2015 Housing Data Profiles. The individual profiles – an update of Partnership’s 2013 Housing Data Profiles - highlight key housing statistics for all 169 municipalities in Connecticut, each county and the state as a whole.
The 2015 Housing Data Profiles include charts and graphs visualizing data on housing stock, income, age distribution of residents, housing characteristics (age of housing stock, number of single-family or multifamily homes, number of bedrooms in homes), housing costs and affordability, housing production and affordable units. In addition, the updated Housing Data Profiles include a narrative analysis of housing conditions for each municipality and a list of Key Stats.
Data sources for the 2015 Housing Data Profiles include: 2000 Decennial Census; 2009-13 American Community Survey; population projections from the Connecticut State Data Center; Affordable Housing Appeals List data collected by the Connecticut Dept. of Housing; building permits data collected by the Connecticut Dept. of Economic and Community Development; and grand list data from the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management.
Click on any of the links below to start exploring the Partnership’s 2015 Housing Data Profiles – county pages include maps to help make navigation easier and provide a few interesting facts for each municipality: