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The 2001 Virginia Rural Homeless Survey
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2001-09)
The Virginia Center for Housing Research was commissioned by the Virginia Housing Study Commission, the Virginia Interagency Action Council for the Homeless, and the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development ...
Socioeconomic and Housing Trends in Central Appalachia
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2002-04)
This report examines the socioeconomic changes in the Central Applachian region (Appalachian counties in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia) over the last ten years and the impact of these changes on housing markets.
Housing Needs Assessment, James City County and Williamsburg, Virginia
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2007-12)
This report provides information to help policy makers make informed decisions related to housing issues as they face the challenges of rising housing costs and search for ways of providing affordable housing options for ...
Affordable Housing Demand in Henrico County, Chesterfield County and City of Richmond
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2004-01)
This report assesses the demand for affordable housing in Henrico County, Chesterfield County, and the City of Richmond. The report This report shows the housing demand has continued to grow steadily in Henrico and ...
Augusta County, Virginia Housing Assessment
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2005-04)
This assessment describes 1990-2000 demographic and housing trends, projects growth from 2000-2020, and identifies important characteristics of the housing market in Augusta County.
Housing Needs and Market Analysis, Thomas Jefferson PDC
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2006-10)
The need for affordable housing in the Thomas Jefferson PDC is a consistent theme throughout this report. The strong sales market in this area is driven by higher income households and previous homeowners taking advantage ...
Characteristics of Innovative Production Home Builders
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2006-06)
The purpose of this study was to advance the understanding of building technology innovation among production builders in particular and conceptually for the homebuilding industry at large.
Virginia Housing Facts - Units Lacking Indoor Plumbing
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 1999-09)
Today, indoor plumbing is not only a commonplace, it is a necessity for community health. This report gives Virginia 1998 estimates for the number of occupied units that lack indoor plumbing and shows trends over time.
Housing Market Conditions and Housing Needs in the City of Chesapeake, Virginia 2000 and 2010
(Virginia Center for Housing Research, 2005-01)
This report is a comprehensive assessment of housing conditions and trends focusing on affordable housing.