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DP-4. Profile of Selected Housing Characteristics: 2000
Geographic Area: Oliver County
[Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text]

Subject Number Percent   Subject Number Percent

          Total housing units 903 100.0   OCCUPANTS PER ROOM    
UNITS IN STRUCTURE                 Occupied housing units 791 100.0
1-unit, detached 732 81.1   1.00 or less 787 99.5
1-unit, attached 13 1.4   1.01 to 1.50 0 0.0
2 units 6 0.7   1.51 or more 4 0.5
3 or 4 units 16 1.8        
5 to 9 units 0 0.0             Specified owner-occupied units 314 100.0
10 to 19 units 8 0.9   VALUE    
20 or more units 10 1.1   Less than $50,000 113 36.0
Mobile home 118 13.1   $50,000 to $99,999 160 51.0
Boat, RV, van, etc. 0 0.0   $100,000 to $149,999 21 6.7
        $150,000 to $199,000 9 2.9
YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT       $200,000 to $299,999 11 3.5
1999 to March 2000 7 0.8   $300,000 to $499,999 0 0.0
1995 to 1998 51 5.6   $500,000 to $999,999 0 0.0
1990 to 1994 45 5.0   $1,000,000 or more 0 0.0
1980 to 1989 127 14.1   Median (dollars) 59,600 (X)
1970 to 1979 218 24.1        
1960 to 1969 76 8.4   MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED    
1940 to 1959 136 15.1    MONTHLY OWNER COSTS    
1939 or earlier 243 26.9   With a mortgage 167 53.2
             Less than $300 0 0.0
 ROOMS            $300 to $499 33 10.5
1 room 10 1.1        $500 to $699 55 17.5
2 rooms 9 1.0        $700 to $999 53 16.9
3 rooms 39 4.3        $1,000 to $1,499 17 5.4
4 rooms 89 9.9        $1,500 to $1,999 4 1.3
5 rooms 193 21.4        $2,000 or more 5 1.6
6 rooms 194 21.5        Median (dollars) 688 (X)
7 rooms 145 16.1   Not mortgaged 147 46.8
8 rooms 88 9.7        Median (dollars) 256 (X)
9 or more rooms 136 15.1        
Median (rooms) 6.1 (X)   SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS    
         AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD    
          Occupied Housing Units 791 100.0    INCOME IN 1999    
YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT       Less than 15 percent 173 55.1
1999 to March 2000 61 7.7   15 to 19 percent 57 18.2
1995 to 1998 147 18.6   20 to 24 percent 15 4.8
1990 to 1994 105 13.3   25 to 29 percent 20 6.4
1980 to 1989 192 24.3   30 to 34 percent 8 2.5
1970 to 1979 176 22.3   35 percent or more 37 11.8
1969 or earlier 110 13.9   Not computed 4 1.3
             
VEHICLES AVAILABLE                 Specified renter-occupied units 88 100.0
None 26 3.3   GROSS RENT    
1 110 13.9   Less than $200 14 15.9
2 299 37.8   $200 to $299 22 25.0
3 or more 356 45.0   $300 to $499 22 25.0
        $500 to $749 5 5.7
HOUSE HEATING FUEL       $750 to $999 0 0.0
Utility Gas 0 0.0   $1,000 to $1,499 0 0.0
Bottled, Tank, or LP gas 506 64.0   $1,500 or more 0 0.0
Electricity 152 19.2   No cash rent 25 28.4
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 32 4.0   Median (dollars) 280 (X)
Coal or coke 89 11.3        
Wood 0 0.0   GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF    
Solar energy 0 0.0    HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999    
Other fuel 12 1.5   Less than 15 percent 36 40.9
No fuel used 0 0.0   15 to 19 percent 5 5.7
        20 to 24 percent 6 6.8
SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS       25 to 29 percent 2 2.3
Lacking complete plumbing facilities 10 1.3   30 to 34 percent 0 0.0
Lacking complete kitchen facilities 2 0.3   35 percent or more 12 13.6
No telephone service 15 1.9   Not computed 27 30.7
 
Date: July 7, 2006
 
-Represent zero or rounds to zero.    (X) Not applicable.
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.

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