Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

18 p.

Publication Date

1995

Publisher

American Real Estate Society

Source Publication

Journal of Real Estate Research

Source ISSN

0896-5803

Abstract

We analyze the effect of changes in type of household formation (i.e., single person, single parent, married couple, etc.) on the demand for housing and segment income by household type to determine housing tenure. Using data disaggregated by household type, we forecast housing demand for the United States through the turn ofthe century. The results indicate that total housing demand for the decade will be 11.8 million units, of which 8.1 million will be owner-occupied and 3.7 million will be renter-occupied.

Comments

Published version. Journal of Real Estate Research, Vol. 10, No. 1 (1995): 69-86. Publisher Link. © American Real Estate Society 1995. Used with permission.

Mark Eppli was affiliated with George Washington University at the time of publication.

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