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Lisa A. Sturtevant, PhD, George Mason University, School of Public Policy, Center for Regional Analysis

Lisa A. Sturtevant, PhD, George Mason University, School of Public Policy, Center for Regional Analysis

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  • Shifting Demographics and Housing ChoiceResidential Movement in the Greater Washington DC Area Lisa A. Sturtevant, PhD George Mason University School of Public Policy Center for Regional Analysis May 18, 2012
  • Movement Into and Out of the Washington DC Metro Area 120,000 110,000 100,000 90,000 In Out 80,000 70,000 60,000 1996 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Source: IRS County-to-County Migration Files
  • Age Distribution of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area Age of Household Head 45 40 38.437.7 1995-2000 35 2008-2010 30 27.4Percent 25 21.3 20 15.5 15 13.8 14.2 11.6 10 7.2 4.9 3.9 4.2 5 0 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65 or older Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Age Distribution of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area Age of Household Head 45 40 38.437.7 1995-2000 35 2008-2010 30 27.4Percent 25 21.3 20 15.5 15 13.8 14.2 11.6 10 7.2 4.9 3.9 4.2 5 0 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65 or older Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Housing Tenure of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area 90 80.6 80 1995-2000 70 63.9 2008-2010 60Percent 50 40 36.1 30 19.5 20 10 0 Owner Renter Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Housing Tenure of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area 25-to-34 year olds 100 88.2 90 1995-2000 80 73.1 2008-2010 70 60Percent 50 40 30 26.9 20 11.8 10 0 Owner Renter Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Location of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area 40 37.0 37.6 37.0 35 31.9 1995-2000 30 2008-2010 25Percent 20 15.8 14.7 15 13.6 12.5 10 5 0 DC Arlington/Alexandria Fairfax/Montgomery Other Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Location of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area 25-to-34 year olds 40 37.9 35.0 35 33.1 1995-2000 30 2008-2010 26.0 25Percent 20 18.7 16.4 17.4 15.5 15 10 5 0 DC Arlington/Alexandria Fairfax/Montgomery Other Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Housing Type of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area 70 59.4 60 1995-2000 51.0 50 2008-2010Percent 40 30.3 30 23.6 20 17.7 16.5 10 0 SFD SFA Multi-Family Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Housing Type of Movers into the Washington DC Metro Area 25-to-34 year olds 80 70 67.3 1995-2000 60.7 60 2008-2010 50Percent 40 30 20.3 18.2 20 15.7 16.5 10 0 SFD SFA Multi-Family Source: 2000 Census PUMS file; 2008-10 American Community Survey 3-Year PUMS file
  • Housing Demand in the Washington DC Metro Area• Increasing demand among newcomers for: – Homes close to existing and growing job centers – Urban living – Smaller houses – Multi-family and rental units
  • George Mason UniversityCenter for Regional Analysis cra.gmu.edu