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Planning Research - Housing

At-a-Glance Reports

  • 2009: Residential Foreclosures
    What happened in the housing market after the frenzy that climaxed in 2006? A recent study of residential foreclosures reveals the trends in actual foreclosures and case filing across all municipalities and the County itself.
  • 2008: Housing Vacancies
    This was a critical time in the housing market because trends that may have otherwise been significant in their own right become magnified in their importance due to the overall market conditions in the financial industry as a result of the mortgage crisis.
  • 2008: Housing Affordability
    Housing affordability in Miami-Dade County is currently one of the most pressing issues for households and politicians alike. Although finding housing that is affordable for most County residents has been a challenge for many years, it has become particularly serious since the rapid rise in home values that began in 2000-2001.

Data Flash Reports

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