Statewide Housing Assessment Resource Project
Statewide Housing Assessment Resource Project
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2012 NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT: HOUSING FORECAST
This report is organized into two main sections. The first section provides a statewide overview of important trends that affect housing supply and demand. These trends include historical shifts in population, changes in the state's economy, housing trends, and land use issues. The second section is designed to profile housing needs through a series of 13 tables and two figures. It is arranged by geography to facilitate in-depth analysis. There are 10 distinct groupings of profiles. The first centers on the state and its eight planning regions. This format allows for quick comparison of regions within the context of the state. The next eight groupings of profiles are region-specific. Within these profiles, the counties and major cities (those with 6,500 or more residents) within a corresponding region are arrayed along with the regional total. This provides you the ability to focus your attention on a specific region and explore changes occurring within that specific region. The final grouping of profiles looks specifically at the state's Native American Indian Reservations. http://www.ndhfa.org


2012 NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT: DETAILED TABLES
These detailed tables were developed in case you are interested in a much more intensive investigation into housing issues. They encompass 76 tables and are organized into four major sections, including: a) population, b) housing supply and demand, c) special populations, and d) substandard housing. Each table displays the information for four main levels of geography including, a) state and planning region, b) Native American Indian Reservation area, c) county, and d) cities with 6,500 or more residents. http://www.ndhfa.org


2012 NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT: SURVEY OF STAKEHOLDERS
This report presents findings of a statewide survey of key leaders and stakeholders regarding housing issues. The key leaders included representatives from cities, counties, reservations, regions, public housing authorities, banks, realtors, apartment associations, builders, and statewide housing organizations. Key stakeholder groups included planners and those involved in community development representing North Dakota cities, counties, reservations, and planning regions. Survey results offer insight into issues, barriers, challenges, and housing needs within the state. Particular attention is given to issues and challenges resulting from energy development activities and recent flooding within the state. http://www.ndhfa.org


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