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Use real estate info, population demographics, and education statistics to evaluate communities, neighborhoods, or Zip Code areas. Find the best state to live.
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Real estate, demographics: Contents of Comparison Report
Pages 1-3: Real Estate Overview - Housing Info Page 1: Median Value, Change Since 1990, Median Cost (sq. ft.), Median Size (sq. ft.), Median Age (yrs.) Page 2: Residential Price Dist.: Under $100,000; $100-$199,999; $200-$299,999; $300-$399,999; $400-$499,999; $500-$749,999; $750,000 +
Chart and graph of Percentage of residences in each category. Page 3: Age Ranges for Real Estate (Year built): Before 1939, 1940-69, 1970-89, 1990 or later,
Type of Residences Available: Single family home, Town home/Condo, Multi- 4 units or less, Multi- 5-49 units, Multi- 50+ units Page 4: School Info Page 4: (Either Primary & Secondary school districts or single Unified school district.)
Student to Teacher ratio, Diff. from state avg., Expenditure per student, Diff. from state avg., Diploma rate, Diff. from state avg., Dropout rate Pages 5-6: Community Info Page 5: Type of Households: Family, Single; Occupation: Professional/Executive, Service, Blue Collar
People Moving into the area: New to the community 1995-2000 Page 6: Age Distribution: Age 0-19, Age 20-29, Age 30-55, Age 55+; Wealth/Economic Recap: Median Income, Change since 1990,
Taxes, Median Real Estate tax amnt., Median Property tax rate; Population: Total Population (2000), Change since 1990;
Education: High School graduates, Bachelors degree
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Real estate, demographics, culture: Contents of In Depth Report
Pages 1-3: Real Estate Overview - Housing Info Page 1: Median Value, Change Since 1990, Median Cost (sq. ft.), Median Size (sq. ft.), Median Age (yrs.),
Residential Price Dist.: Under $100,000; $100-$149,999; $150-$199,999; $200-$249,999; $250-$299,999; $300-$399,999; $400-$499,999; $500,000 +;
Percentage and number of residences in each category. Page 2: Premium Real Estate Price Dist.: $500-$750,000; $750-$999,999; $1 million +;
Type of Residences Available: Single family home, Town home/Condo, Multi- 4 units or less, Multi- 5-49 units, Multi- 50+ units, Other Page 3: Residential Real Estate Status: Owned, Rented, Vacant;
Age Ranges for Real Estate (Year built): Before 1939, 1940-69, 1970-89, 1990 or later Pages 4-5: School Info, Test Scores, Local Dist. Info Page 4: National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) State level test results:
4th grade Reading, 4th grade Math, 8th grade Reading, 8th grade Math
State level school statistics: Student to Teacher ratio, Expenditure per Student, Diploma rate
State level college test results: American College Test (ACT): % taking test,
Composition: avg. test score, English: avg. test score, Math: avg. test score, Reading: avg. test score;
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT): % taking test, Verbal: avg. test score, Math: avg. test score Page 5: Either Primary & Secondary school districts or single Unified school district.
Name of district, Type of district, Low grade (PK, Kindergarten), High grade (6,8,12), Student to Teacher ratio,
Aides per school, Counselors per school, Expenditure per student, % that is instructional exp., Drop out rate, Diploma rate Pages 6-8: Community Info Page 6: Wealth/Economic Recap: Median Income, Change since 1990, Poverty rate, Median Property Tax Rate;
Size/Population Density: Total Population (2000), Change 1990-2000, Population Density, Urbanizational Level;
Education Level: High School graduate, Bachelors degree, Graduate degree Page 7: Occupation: Professional/Executive, Sales, Service, Blue Collar;
Households (type): Single, Family Page 8: People Moving into the Community (migration betwee 1995-2000):
Lived in same residence, Lived in same state, Relocated from within U.S., Immigrated to U.S.;
Age Distribution (2000): Child 0-9, Child 10-19, Age 20-29, Age 30-55, Age 55+,
Percentage for location, region and U.S. Pages 9-10: Ethnic & Cultural Review Page 9: Top 5 Heritage groups (racial, ethnic, cultural); Top 5 Countries of orign (for people who immigrated) Page 10: Top 5 Languages spoken (primary language in household)
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