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Community Area Fact Sheets Released!
Release event attendees study Community Area Fact Sheets at Access Living, September 18, 2013
Changes in population, reduced income, and increased housing costs threaten the housing security of thousands of Chicagoans.
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As the first in a series of releases towards the Affordable Housing Fact Book publication on City and Statewide housing data, the City of Chicago Housing Fact Sheet reflects trends from a demographic and market perspective.
The loss of 200,000 residents is largely made up of family households.
The median household income is $46,877 in contrast to the 6-county HUD area median income of $75,100.
Households with income over $75,000 grew by 100,000.
50% of all renters are cost burdened which is an increase of 32.5%. Half of all homeowners pay over 30% of their income towards mortgage payments. This is an increase of 78% since 2000.
In a longstanding partnership with the UIC's Voorhees Center for Neighborhood Improvement and funded by the Chicago Community Trust, CRN's unique analysis combines information from 2000 and 2010 Decennial censuses and the 2010 American Community Survey.
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