Virginia Housing Markets Reports
A complete listing of all our reports and publications can be found here.
Housing Needs Study of the Northern Neck of Virginia (09-1; 135 pages)
Housing Needs Assessment, James City County and Williamsburg, Virginia (08-1; 120 pages)
Assessing Housing and Redevelopment Strategies, Portsmouth, Virginia (07-2; 77 pages)
Housing Demand Analysis, Northampton, Virginia (07-1; 13 pages)
Housing Needs and Market Analysis, Thomas Jefferson PDC (06-2; 74 pages)
Virginia Beach Housing Needs Assessment and Market Analysis 2000-2020
This 2005 report provides a comprehensive assessment of affordable housing including a review of available demographic and housing data, an evaluation of past trends, and projections of housing demand through 2020; 85 pages.
Homebuyer Market Analysis for the Virginia Beach Metropolitan Area
This 2005 report projects first-time owner demand from 2000-2010 in targeted income ranges and analyzes the supply of affordable housing for first-time buyers in the Virginia Beach metropolitan area; 28 pages.
Augusta County, Virginia Housing Assessment
This 2005 report describes 1990-2000 demographic and housing trends, projects growth from 2000-2020, and identifies important characteristics of the housing market in Augusta County; 50 pages.
Housing Market Conditions and Housing Needs in the City of Chesapeake, Virginia 2000 and 2010
This 2005 report is a comprehensive assessment of housing conditions and trends focusing on affordable housing; 68 pages.
Housing Market Conditions and Housing Needs in Chesterfield County, VA 2000 and 2010
This is the final report provided to Chesterfield County, Virginia following a housing market and needs analysis performed by the Center for Housing Research. This report describes trends from 1990-2000, projects growth from 2000-2010, and identifies important characteristics of housing in Chesterfield; 59 pages.
The Virginia Housing Atlas: Housing Trends and Patterns to 1990
The Virginia Housing Atlas discusses housing trends across Virginia from 1940 to 1990 and provides key housing statistics for Virginia, each of the 21 Planning District Commissions, and all counties and independent cities; 254 pages.
Socioeconomic and Housing Trends in Central Appalachia: Recent Changes in the Appalachian Counties of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia
This study, commissioned by the Virginia Housing Development Authority, examines the socioeconomic changes in the Central Applachian region over the last ten years and the impact of these changes on housing markets; 58 pages
Defining, Measuring, and Analyzing Community Reinvestment
This community reinvestment report is based on a statistical study of changes in residential investment in six cities between 1982 and 1992; 45 pages.
Urban Redevelopment, Displacement, and the Future of the American City
This report on redevelopment was prepared for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. The report examines the record of urban development during the last half of the 20th century and identifies community development corporations and public-private partnerships as the potential solution to problems associated with redevelopment and displacement; 35 pages.
Retirement Relocation Among College Graduates: A Survey of Virginia Tech Alumni
Of interest to the academic community, this retirement report outlines a methodology for developing and analyzing a survey of retirement relocation interests. The report explores the post-retirement residential preferences of Virginia Tech graduates from years 1946-1961 (55 to 70 year-olds); 29 pages. (The retirement questionnaire is also available.)
Housing Needs Data for Virginia: A Guide to CHAS Data
The text and tables in this housing needs report give the incidence and number of households with housing problems within Virginia and its 21 Planning District Commissions; 47 pages.