Housing Unit Problems for Owner-Occupied Housing Units by Type of Household, 2000

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Housing Unit Problems for Owner-Occupied Housing Units by Type of Household, 2000
A r e a Owner-Occupied Housing Units
No Cost Burden
(Less Than 30% of Income Toward Housing Costs)
Cost Burden
(30% or More of Income Toward Housing Costs)
At Least 1 Problem No Problems At Least 1 Problem No Problems
Non-Elderly Family Elderly Other Non-Elderly Family Elderly Other Non-Elderly Family Elderly Other Non-Elderly Family Elderly Other
North Dakota1,91530616985,85541,64015,505345837112,3388,2054,910
Region I 121 20 16 3,838 2,282 725 24 4 4 594 433 226
Region II 301 77 39 11,296 6,250 2,167 73 32 14 1,854 1,290 752
Region III 374 32 16 5,438 3,028 940 65 20 8 744 560 260
Region IV 215 35 31 10,686 5,154 1,996 36 0 12 1,800 999 691
Region V 325 62 30 21,354 7,962 3,785 32 12 10 2,904 1,407 1,325
Region VI 198 84 30 8,291 5,814 1,556 44 20 8 1,218 1,079 386
Region VII 448 68 50 19,555 8,188 3,434 144 20 26 2,710 2,060 1,139
Region VIII 141 46 16 5,490 3,057 950 36 12 8 812 693 345
Source: HUD User Policy Development and Research Information Service
Note:
- 'At least 1 problem' refers to housing units with at least one of the following problems: lacking complete kitchen facilities, lacking complete plumbing facilities, overcrowded (more than 1 person per room).
- 'No Problems' refer to housing units with none of the above-mentioned problems.
- 'Elderly' household refers to a household with 1 or 2 persons 62 years or older.
- 'Non-Elderly Family' household refers to a household with 2 persons related by birth, marriage or adoption and neither are 62 years or older, or 3 or more persons where 1 of the 3 is related to the householder by birth, marriage or adoption.
- 'Other' household refers to non-elderly non-family households with 1 person under 62 years, 2 unrelated persons where neither person is 62 or older, or 3 or more unrelated persons.