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Housing Units

    Percent Change
Area 201020202010 - 2020
Kansas1,233,2151,275,689  3.4increase

Source: U.S. Census Bureau: Decennial Census and Housing Unit Estimates

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Occupancy Status

   Occupied Housing Units
 Vacant UnitsRenter OccupiedOwner Occupied
Area 200020102000201020002010
Kansas93,309121,119319,188358,564718,703753,532

Source: U.S. Census Bureau: Decennial Census

Homeowner Vacancy Rate

    Percent Change
Area 2000201020202000 - 20102010 - 2020
Kansas2.02.11.65.0increase-23.8decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau: Decennial Census and American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown

Rental Vacancy Rate

    Percent Change
Area 2000201020202000 - 20102010 - 2020
Kansas8.810.17.614.8increase-24.8decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau: Decennial Census and American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown

Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units

   Percent Change
Area 201520202015 - 2020
Kansas132,000157,60019.4increase

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Decennial Census (- 2000), (2009 -) American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

Housing Stock

   Percent Change
Housing Type 201520202015 - 2020
Single family homes, detached902,618930,6373.1increase
Apartments150,890157,5524.4increase
Single family homes, attached56,63859,7405.5increase
Mobile homes60,08753,946-10.2decrease
Tri- and Quadplex units42,24845,6518.1increase
Duplex units31,40832,0742.1increase
Other homes - boat, rv, van, etc.48377660.7increase

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

Percent of Housing Units Built Before 1940

   Percent Change
Area 201520202015 - 2020
Kansas17.116.2-5.3decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Decennial Census (- 2000), (2009 -) American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

Housing Affordability

   Percent Change
Area 201520202015 - 2020
Kansas215210-2.2decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Decennial Census (- 2000), (2009 -) American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

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The housing affordability index is calculated such that a value of 100 indicates a household has exactly enough income to qualify for a 30-year conventional mortagage on a median valued home assuming a 20% down payment, qualifying median household income of 25% of the expected monthly payment (excluding PMI and property taxes), and 5-year average of 30-year mortgage interest rates shown in the table below. An index value of 200 indicates housholds earning the median household income have 200% of the income neccesary to qualify for a conventional loan for 80% of the value of a median-priced home.

PeriodAverage 30-year Mortgage Interest Rate
2005-20095.938%
2006-20105.704%
2007-20115.314%
2008-20124.778%
2009-20134.366%
2010-20144.192%
2011-20154.024%
2012-20163.654%
2013-20173.928%
2014-20184.041%
Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and Freddie Mac


Map of Housing Affordability Index in U.S., by County, 2012-16
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Percent of Households with Owner Costs of 30% or More of Income

   Percent Change
Area 201520202015 - 2020
Kansas19.216.7-13.3decrease
United States26.322.1-16.0decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

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