Region I (New England)

RHODE ISLAND: Comprehensive Housing Market Analyses Reports

The Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis Reports (Comprehensives) are designed to provide a detailed analysis of housing market conditions over a long period of time with a forecast of housing demand during the next three years. The Comprehensive reports focus on three periods: between the two most recent Decennial Census dates, from the most recent Decennial Census to the current or "as-of" date of the report, and a three-year forecast period from the "as of" date. More emphasis is placed on the most recent years and discussing the trends in key variables. Each Comprehensive focuses on economic activity, population and household changes, and sales and rental market conditions. Each Comprehensive provides an estimate of the demand for new sales and rental housing needed to be provided during the next three years in order to achieve or maintain balanced conditions.

Rhode Island (2013)

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MASSACHUSETTS: Comprehensive Housing Market Analyses Reports

HUD's Economic and Market Analysis Division prepares Comprehensive Housing Market Analyses that assist and guide HUD in its operations. The factual information, findings, and conclusions contained in the reports could also be useful to builders, mortgagees, and others concerned with local housing conditions and trends. For each analysis, HUD economists develop a factual framework based on information available, as of a particular date, from both local and national sources. Each analysis takes into consideration changes in the economic, demographic, and housing inventory characteristics of a specific housing market area during three periods: from 1990 to 2000, from 2000 to the as-of date of the analysis, and from the as-of date to a forecast date. The reports present counts and estimates of employment, population, households, and housing inventory.

Note: Reports are listed by publication date.

Boston, Massachusetts (2012)

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VERMONT: Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis Reports

HUD's Economic and Market Analysis Division prepares Comprehensive Housing Market Analyses that assist and guide HUD in its operations. The factual information, findings, and conclusions contained in the reports could also be useful to builders, mortgagees, and others concerned with local housing conditions and trends. For each analysis, HUD economists develop a factual framework based on information available, as of a particular date, from both local and national sources. Each analysis takes into consideration changes in the economic, demographic, and housing inventory characteristics of a specific housing market area during three periods: from 1990 to 2000, from 2000 to the as-of date of the analysis, and from the as-of date to a forecast date. The reports present counts and estimates of employment, population, households, and housing inventory.

Burlington-South Burlington, Vermont (2011)

 

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Region I: Housing Market Profiles

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The Housing Market Profiles, or "Spotlight" Reports, are part of the U.S. Housing Market Conditions Report, which is published quarterly by PD&R. Each quarter, about 12-15 housing market areas are profiled. These reports discuss economic activity, population changes, building activity, and sales and rental market conditions with a focus on the most recent 24 months.

 

Housing Market Profiles:

2012

Boston-Cambridge- Quincy, Massachusetts- New Hampshire

Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut

Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, Maine

 

2011

Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, Massachusetts New Hampshire

Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, Connecticut

Manchester-Nashua, New Hampshire

Norwich-New London, Connecticut

Rhode Island

 

2010

Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, Massachusetts- New Hampshire

Burlington-South Burlington, Vermont

New Haven, Connecticut

 

2010

Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, Massachusetts-New Hampshire

 

 

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Region I: Regional Narrative

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The following summaries of housing market conditions and activities have been prepared by economists in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) field offices. The reports provide overviews of economic and housing market trends within each region of HUD management. The reports are based on information obtained by HUD economists from state and local governments, from housing industry sources, and from their ongoing investigations of housing market conditions carried out in support of HUD's programs.

 

Regional Narratives:

2012

4th Quarter, 2012

3rd Quarter, 2012

2nd Quarter, 2012

1st Quarter, 2012

 

2011

4th Quarter, 2011

3rd Quarter, 2011

2nd Quarter, 2011

1st Quarter, 2011

 

2010

4th Quarter, 2010

3rd Quarter, 2010

2nd Quarter, 2010

1st Quarter, 2010

 

2010

4th Quarter, 2009

3rd Quarter, 2009

2nd Quarter, 2009

1st Quarter, 2009

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NEW HAMPSHIRE: Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis Reports

HUD's Economic and Market Analysis Division prepares Comprehensive Housing Market Analyses that assist and guide HUD in its operations. The factual information, findings, and conclusions contained in the reports could also be useful to builders, mortgagees, and others concerned with local housing conditions and trends. For each analysis, HUD economists develop a factual framework based on information available, as of a particular date, from both local and national sources. Each analysis takes into consideration changes in the economic, demographic, and housing inventory characteristics of a specific housing market area during three periods: from 1990 to 2000, from 2000 to the as-of date of the analysis, and from the as-of date to a forecast date. The reports present counts and estimates of employment, population, households, and housing inventory.

Note: Reports are listed by publication date.

Manchester-Nashua, New Hampshire (2004, (2012)

 

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CONNECTICUT: Comprehensive Housing Market Analyses Reports

The Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis Reports (Comprehensives) are designed to provide a detailed analysis of housing market conditions over a long period of time with a forecast of housing demand during the next three years. The Comprehensive reports focus on three periods: between the two most recent Decennial Census dates, from the most recent Decennial Census to the current or "as-of" date of the report, and a three-year forecast period from the "as of" date. More emphasis is placed on the most recent years and discussing the trends in key variables. Each Comprehensive focuses on economic activity, population and household changes, and sales and rental market conditions. Each Comprehensive provides an estimate of the demand for new sales and rental housing needed to be provided during the next three years in order to achieve or maintain balanced conditions.

Hartford, Connecticut (2006)

New Haven, Connecticut (2012)

Norwich-New London, Connecticut (2011)

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