Urban Real Estate Markets: Characteristics and Financing

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1. Effect of Expectations on the Price of Homes Purchased for Owner-Occupancy, Assuming an Anticipated Price Increase or Decrease of 5 Percent per Annum for Five Years, Discounted at 4 Percent per Annum7
2. Percentage of Nonfarm Homes Owner-Occupied, by Census Region, at Census Dates, 1890-194739
3. Percentage of Homes Owner-Occupied in Cities of 50,000 Population or More, by Size of City, 194040
4. Population, Percentage of Homes Owner-Occupied and Percentage Occupied by Nonwhite Families in Twelve Metropolitan Areas, 194041
5. Estimated Volume of Residential Real Estate Owned by Selected Lending Institutions, 1938-4847
6. Median Asking Prices for Existing Single-Family Dwelling Units Advertised for Sale in Washington, D.C., by Month, 1918-4753
7. Frequency Distribution of Homes Bought in 1925-27, by Percentage Change in Price from 1925-27 to 1933-3455
8. Percentage of Owner-Occupied Nonfarm Homes Mortgaged, by Census Region, at Census Dates, 1890-194062
9. Percentage of Debt to Value of Mortgaged Owner-Occupied Nonfarm Homes, by Census Region, at Census Dates, 1890, 1920, and 194063

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