FY 2021 Housing Needs Assessment Sections:

Executive Summary Table of Contents Homeownership Rental Housing Home Energy & Transportation Housing Insecurity Housing Stock Income & Labor Demographics How Ohio Compares COVID-19

COVID-19

This special section looks at how Ohio's affordable housing needs are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis. It includes selected measures of affordable housing supply and demand, as well as data on populations especially vulnerable during this crisis. Metrics in this section will be updated on a regular basis to keep information as up-to-date as possible throughout this crisis.


Jump to: Labor Force Participation & Unemployment | Homeowner Housing Insecurity | Rental Housing Insecurity | Supply of Affordable Housing | Vulnerable Populations


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Labor Force Participation & Unemployment



Monthly Labor Force Participation Rate, U.S. & Ohio

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Labor Force Part. Rate, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Monthly Unemployment Rate, U.S. & Ohio

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Unemployment Rate, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics



Labor Force Part. Rates, Ohio & Neighboring States

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Labor Force Participation Rate

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2014–2018 American Community Survey (ACS) Five-Year Estimates, Tables S1810 & S1811

Unemployment Rates in Ohio & Neighboring States

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Unemployment Rate

Source: Local Area Unemployment Estimates, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics



Homeowner Housing Insecurity





Monthly 90-Day Delinquency Rate, U.S. & Ohio

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

90-Day Delinq. Rate, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Monthly Foreclosure Rates for the U.S. & Ohio

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Foreclosure Rate, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Low Conf. in Ability to Pay Mortgage, U.S. & Ohio

Source: Household Pulse Survey, U.S. Census Bureau


90-Day Mortgage Delinquency Rate

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Foreclosure Rate

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic



Rental Housing Insecurity

Low Confidence in Ability to Pay Rent, U.S. & Ohio

Source: Household Pulse Survey, U.S. Census Bureau



Evictions, 2012–2016 vs. 2020 & 2021, Cleveland

Source: Eviction Lab, Princeton University

Evictions, 2012–2016 vs. 2020 & 2021, Franklin Co.

Source: Eviction Lab, Princeton University

Evictions, 2012–2016 vs. 2020 & 2021, Hamilton Co.

Source: Eviction Lab, Princeton University



Supply of Affordable Housing



Home Sales, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Median Home Price, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Home Value Index, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Zillow Home Value Index

New Units Authorized, 2015–2019 vs. 2020 & 2021

Source: Building Permits Survey, U.S. Census Bureau



Median Home Price

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Home Value Index

Source: Zillow Home Value Index



Vulnerable Populations


Institutionalization Rate, Ohio & Neighboring States

Source: IPUMS National Historic Georaphic Information System (NHGIS), University of Minnesota (based on 2018 data); 2018 American Community Survey (ACS) One-Year Estimates, Table B01003

Children with No Internet, Ohio & Neighboring States

Source: 2018 American Community Survey (ACS) One-Year Estimates, Table S2802


Social Vulnerability Index

Source: 2018 Social Vulnerability Index (SVI), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Share of Children without Reliable Internet Access

Source: 2014–2018 American Community Survey (ACS) Five-Year Estimates, 2018 ACS One-Year Estimates, Table S2802


Downloadable Tables

Related Reports


Notes

The forbearance rate is defined here as the percentage of survey respondents with a mortgage or cash rent who reported that their last month's payment was deferred by their lender or landlord.

The delinquency rate is defined here as the percentage of survey respondents with a mortgage or cash rent who reported having been late on their last month's payment.

Monthly estimates of forbearance and delinquency are based on four-week averages from weekly responses.

The rate of low confidence is defined here as the percentage of survey respondents with a mortgage or cash rent who reported having slight or no confidence in their ability to pay next month's payment on time.

Eviction filings reported for Cleveland, Franklin County and Hamilton County represent all eviction (a.k.a. "forcible entry and detainer") filings in the Cleveland Municipal Housing Court, the Franklin County Municipal Court and the Hamilton County Municipal Court, respectively. There was a moratorium on eviction proceedings in the city of Cleveland from March 16 through June 15, 2020, and in Franklin and Hamilton counties from March 16 through June 1, 2020.

The Zillow Home Value Index (ZVHI) is a smoothed, seasonally-adjusted measure of the median home value for single-family residences, condos and co-ops.

Data on new housing units authorized for construction are limited to privately-owned homes.

The overall SVI score is a percentile ranking of counties or census tracts that describes the social vulnerability of a community. Social vulnerability is defined as the degree to which a community exhibits certain social conditions that may affect that community's ability to prevent human suffering and financial loss in the event of a hazardous event, such as a natural disaster, a man-made ecological catastrophe or a disease outbreak. Social conditions used in this model include socioeconomic status, household composition, disability, minority status, English language ability, lack of a personal vehicle, housing type and overcrowding. Possible scores range from 0 (lowest vulnerability) to 1 (highest vulnerability).

The institutionalization rate is defined here as the number of people living in institutionalized group quarters per 1,000 population.

Children without reliable internet access at home are defined as persons under age 18 years living in households with either no internet access or access the internet without a subscription.

All dollar amounts are in real 2020 dollars, adjusted for inflation based on the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, for "all items less shelter."


Data Sources