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DC Neighborhood Cluster Profile - Housing
Housing UnitsPrice of Single-Family Homes (2016 $)
MobilityMortgage Lending (Home Purchase Loans)
Rental VacancyMortgage Borrower Income (2006 $)
HomeownershipSubprime Lending
Sales of Single-Family Homes 
 
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Cluster 38<br /><small>Ward 8 / Douglas, Shipley Terrace</small>

  This Neighborhood Cluster   All Neighborhood Clusters in D.C.
Average Low High
Housing Units            
Occupied housing units, 1980 4,109     6,329 874 17,039
Occupied housing units, 1990 3,372     6,241 506 17,275
Occupied housing units, 2000 3,196     6,208 722 17,458
Occupied housing units, 2010 3,628     6,668 786 19,514
Mobility            
% same house 5 years ago, 1990 58     53 30 75
% same house 5 years ago, 2000 56     50 22 75
Rental Vacancy            
Rental vacancy rate (%), 1980 8.4     6.0 0.6 14
Rental vacancy rate (%), 1990 17     8.0 3.2 46
Rental vacancy rate (%), 2000 6.4     6.2 0.6 14
Rental vacancy rate (%), 2011-15 4.4  2.4   5.6 0.0 34
Homeownership            
Homeownership rate (%), 1980 9.0     35 4.5 87
Homeownership rate (%), 1990 12     39 4.9 90
Homeownership rate (%), 2000 13     41 9.3 90
Homeownership rate (%), 2011-15 16  3.7   41 14 93
Sales of Single-Family Homes            
Number of sales, 1995 14     77 5.0 311
Number of sales, 1996 13     85 3.0 336
Number of sales, 1997 13     99 1.0 388
Number of sales, 1998 10     133 1.0 529
Number of sales, 1999 16     127 6.0 535
Number of sales, 2000 36     105 1.0 454
Number of sales, 2001 22     106 2.0 439
Number of sales, 2002 52     109 1.0 431
Number of sales, 2003 18     108 2.0 436
Number of sales, 2004 32     121 2.0 544
Number of sales, 2005 48     114 2.0 517
Number of sales, 2006 84     93 0.0 374
Number of sales, 2007 64     79 2.0 306
Number of sales, 2008 71     56 1.0 212
Number of sales, 2009 21     55 0.0 226
Number of sales, 2010 26     63 0.0 278
Number of sales, 2011 19     70 0.0 315
Number of sales, 2012 16     80 0.0 345
Number of sales, 2013 26     91 4.0 396
Number of sales, 2014 29     77 3.0 340
Number of sales, 2015 19     80 3.0 303
Number of sales, 2016 37     86 1.0 387
Price of Single-Family Homes (2016 $)            
Median sales price, 1995 104,000     241,000 93,000 599,000
Median sales price, 1996 99,000     231,000 99,000 635,000
Median sales price, 1997 96,000     235,000 94,000 601,000
Median sales price, 1998 93,000     248,000 77,000 688,000
Median sales price, 1999 99,000     265,000 77,000 783,000
Median sales price, 2000 164,000     305,000 74,000 824,000
Median sales price, 2001 138,000     344,000 123,000 920,000
Median sales price, 2002 176,000     402,000 138,000 1,097,000
Median sales price, 2003 177,000     454,000 137,000 1,407,000
Median sales price, 2004 178,000     513,000 168,000 1,244,000
Median sales price, 2005 245,000     579,000 194,000 1,394,000
Median sales price, 2006 311,000     618,000 255,000 1,453,000
Median sales price, 2007 343,000     622,000 277,000 1,277,000
Median sales price, 2008 347,000     590,000 255,000 1,511,000
Median sales price, 2009 326,000     556,000 236,000 1,207,000
Median sales price, 2010 318,000     581,000 211,000 1,321,000
Median sales price, 2011 288,000     530,000 195,000 1,552,000
Median sales price, 2012 250,000     556,000 190,000 1,266,000
Median sales price, 2013 262,000     609,000 189,000 1,794,000
Median sales price, 2014 261,000     632,000 222,000 1,603,000
Median sales price, 2015 260,000     674,000 256,000 1,401,000
Median sales price, 2016 257,000     698,000 250,000 1,960,000
% annual change median price, 2006-2016 -1.9     1.2 -2.6 4.5
% annual change median price, 2011-2016 -2.2     5.6 -3.3 23
% annual change median price, 2015-2016 -1.1     3.5 -15 40
Mortgage Lending (Home Purchase Loans)            
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 1997 7.1     39 7.1 95
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 1998 5.5     53 5.5 123
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 1999 46     59 6.6 141
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2000 55     61 12 157
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2001 51     63 16 159
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2002 51     67 20 153
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2003 17     71 15 228
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2004 44     88 20 620
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2005 105     102 32 1,492
Loans per 1,000 housing units, 2006 106     94 31 795
Mortgage Borrower Income (2006 $)            
Median borrower income, 1997 22,481     76,392 22,084 185,481
Median borrower income, 1998 45,044     79,087 26,633 188,402
Median borrower income, 1999 52,990     78,009 25,144 185,683
Median borrower income, 2000 47,156     85,753 30,055 197,891
Median borrower income, 2001 47,830     92,601 41,855 216,963
Median borrower income, 2002 44,684     94,286 41,941 198,760
Median borrower income, 2003 56,118     93,607 51,569 190,590
Median borrower income, 2004 56,506     103,036 50,717 205,594
Median borrower income, 2005 59,338     112,999 59,338 210,046
Median borrower income, 2006 73,765     120,587 66,205 245,308
Subprime Lending            
% subprime loans, 1997 0.0     3.9 0.0 44
% subprime loans, 1998 0.0     5.9 0.0 88
% subprime loans, 1999 38     4.5 0.0 45
% subprime loans, 2000 18     5.1 0.0 32
% subprime loans, 2001 5.9     3.1 0.0 12
% subprime loans, 2002 4.0     2.8 0.0 22
% subprime loans, 2003 12     3.6 0.4 30
% subprime loans, 2004 16     5.3 0.1 20
% subprime loans, 2005 20     10 0.4 29
% subprime loans, 2006 21     8.7 0.5 28

Notes:
i = Insufficient data; s = Suppressed proprietary or confidential data.
 
Prepared by NeighborhoodInfo DC (revised August 16, 2017).
 
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