Mortgages on Homes: A Report on the Results of the Inquiry as to the Mortgage Debt on Homes Other Than Farm Homes at the Fourteenth Census, 1920

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CONTENTS.
Page.
FOREWORD11

INTRODUCTION.
Scope of the report17
Method of collecting data18
Explanation of terms19
Home19
Owned home19
Rented home19
Mortgaged home19
Tenure19
Family19
Dwelling20
Homes for which returns were incomplete20

GENERAL SUMMARY.
Owned homes not on farms38
Tenure and encumbrance38
Debt and value43
Average value, debt, and interest charge45
Rates of interest48
Owned farms and homes not on farms50
Comparative summary52

DESCRIPTION OF DETAILED TABLES.
Homes in the United States: 1890-192073
Homes in cities of 25,000 or more: 192073
Distribution of homes according to tenure74
Divisions and States: 1890-192074
Cities of 100,000 or more: 192080
Cities of 25,000 to 100,000: 192085
Value of and mortgage debt on owned mortgaged farms and homes88
Divisions and States: 1920 and 189088
Farms and homes89
Homes not on farms90
Farms92
Value, mortgage debt, and annual interest93
Divisions and States: 192093
Cities of 100,000 or more: 192096
Cities having, in 1890, 100,100 inhabitants or more: 1920 and 189099
Cities of 25,000 to 100,000: 1920101
Classes of cities, for divisions and States: 1920102
Average value, mortgage debt, and annual interest102
Divisions and States: 1920 and 1890102
Cities of 100,000 or more: 1920109
Cities having, in 1890, 100,000 inhabitants or more: 1920 and 1890114
Cities of 25,000 to 100,000: 1920117
Classes of cities, for divisions and States: 1920118

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  • Title Page 1
  • Note by the Director of the Census. 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword. 11
  • Introduction. 17
  • General Summary. 37
  • Description of Detailed Tables. 73
  • Detailed Tables 129
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