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Ledyard Housing Data 2015

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Information on Ledyard Housing and Population. Housing Data Profiles are produced by the Partnership for Strong Communities. Updated November 16, 2015.

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Ledyard Housing Data 2015

  1. 1. WWW.PSCHOUSING.ORG $69,461 $66,583 $87,518 Connecticut New London County Ledyard Median Household Income Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 # People Age Cohorts Age Cohorts - 2010 Population, 2025 Population Projections: Ledyard 2010 2025Source: 2010 Decennial Census, CT State Data CenterSource: 2010 Decennial Census, CT State Data CenterSource: 2010 Decennial Census, CT State Data CenterSource: 2010 Decennial Census, CT State Data Center Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey 2009-13 2000 % Change 2009-13 2000 % Change Population 15,051 14,687 2% Householders living alone 17% 16% 0% Households 5,655 5,286 7% Residents living in families 78% 78% 1% Average household size 2.65 2.78 -5% Households with someone <18 35% 42% -7% Average family size 2.95 3.12 -5% Households with someone > 65 23% 18% 6% 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Ledyard CT Ledyard CT Ledyard CT under 25 25 to 64 65+ Income by Age of Head of Household: Ledyard under $50k $50k-$99,999 $100k+ Source: American Community Survey 2009-13
  2. 2. WWW.PSCHOUSING.ORG Ledyard New London County Connecticut Total 6,049 120,900 1,486,995 Owner-Occupied 4,794 72,293 919,488 Renter-Occupied 861 34,773 436,361 Vacant 394 13,834 131,146 Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey Studio, 1BRs 4% 13% 15% 2 BRs 18% 27% 27% 3 BRs 44% 40% 37% 4+ BRs 34% 20% 22% Legend Ledyard New London County Connecticut Housing Units by Number of Bedrooms Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2010 or Later 2000 to 2009 1990 to 1999 1980 to 1989 1970 to 1979 1960 to 1969 1950 to 1959 1940 to 1949 1939 or earlier # of Structures Tenure by Year Structure Built: Ledyard Owner-Occupied Renter-Occupied Vacant Source: 2009-2013 American Community Survey # Units % Owner-Occupied Single-Family 4,541 80% Multifamily 105 2% Mobile 148 3% Renter Occupied Single-Family 563 10% Multifamily 255 5% Mobile 43 1% Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey Units in Structure by Tenure: Ledyard Owner 79% 60% 62% Renter 14% 29% 29% Vacant 7% 11% 9% Legend Ledyard New London County Connecticut Percent of Owner-Occupied, Renter- Occupied and Vacant Housing Units
  3. 3. WWW.PSCHOUSING.ORG # Units % Total Owner-Occupied Spending <30% 3,429 61% Spending >=30% 1,331 24% Not computed 0 0% Renter Occupied Spending <30% 496 9% Spending >=30% 272 5% Not computed 93 2% Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey Housing Costs as a % of Household Income: Ledyard 0% 20% 40% No rent >=$1,500 $1,000-$1,499 $500-$999 $0-$499 # of Homes Rental Units by Gross Rent: Ledyard Ledyard New London County CT Source: 2009-2013 American Community Survey 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 $0 - $149,999 $150k - $199,999 $200k - $299,999 $300k - $399,999 $400k or more # Homes Self-Reported Value of Owner-Occupied Homes: Ledyard 2000 Census 2009-13 ACS Source:Census2000,2009-2013 American Community Survey Source: 2009-13 American Community Survey Median Income Renter Households = $51,155 42% 30% 70% less than the median income of all households. of income spent on rent. of income for all other expenses. $1,279 Median Gross Rent = Renter Households: Ledyard Households with a Mortgage Households w/out a Mortgage Median Income: Median Income: $105,208 $77,544 Median Monthly Owner Costs: Median Monthly Owner Costs: $1,982 $792 The average homeowner household in Ledyard has a median income of $91,931 Owner Households: Ledyard
  4. 4. WWW.PSCHOUSING.ORG Housing Data Profiles are produced by the Partnership for Strong Communities. Updated November 16, 2015. For more information about the information presented or to use any of the graphics presented in the Housing Data Profiles, please contact: Christina Rubenstein, Deputy Policy Director, christina@pschousing.org. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Building Permits by Year, 1990-2014: Ledyard Source: CT Department of Economic and Community Development Assisted Units Counted in 2014 Appeals List: 32 Governmentally Assisted Units 5 Tenant Rental Assistance 204 CHFA/USDA Mortgages + 0 Deed Restricted Units 241 Total Assisted Units Ledyard 241 ÷ 5,987 = 4.0% Total Assisted Units Total Units, 2010 Census Units Assisted Ledyard Calculation of % of Total Units Assisted: 2015 Housing Wage: Ledyard $20.33 Total Real Property 2008 $1,040,870,378 Total Real Property 2013 $980,168,200 % Change, 2008-13 -6% Source: CT Office of Policy and Management Real Property Grand List Values, 2008-13: Ledyard
  5. 5. WWW.PSCHOUSING.ORG Population 15,051 Households 5,655 Projected Change in Population from 2015-2025 5-19 Year Olds: -24% 65+ Year Old: 39% Median Household Income All Households: $87,518 Owners: $91,931 Renters: $51,155 Housing Units Total Units: 5,655 Owner-Occupied: 79% Renter-Occupied: 14% Vacant: 7% Single-Family/Multifamily Single Family: 90% Multifamily: 6% Median Home Value $256,400 Median Gross Rent $1,279 Households Spending 30% or More on Housing All Households: 29% Owners: 28% Renters: 32% Housing Built 1970 or Later 52% 2014 Affordable Housing Appeals List Assisted Units: 4% % Change in Total Real Property, 2008-2013 -6%
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