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

Housing Insecurity

This section focuses on the population at risk for losing their home or experiencing homelessness. Data on those who are housing insecure are difficult to find, particularly for those forced to live with friends or family for a short period of time. Thus, many of the numbers in this section are likely an undercount of the total Ohio population experiencing housing insecurity.


Section Highlights

  • Ohio's foreclosure rate (0.6%), 90-day delinquency rate (2%) and negative equity share (4%) in December 2019 were all at record low levels, having fallen precipitously from the height of the Great Recession.
  • In 2018 there were 105,265 eviction filings statewide, representing 6.6% of all renter households. Although consistently higher than the national rate, Ohio's eviction filing rate has fallen to the lowest level in decades, having peaked in 2005 at 8.6%.
  • Ohio's public and community schools reported that 35,214 students (2% of enrollment) lacked a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence during the 2018–19 school year.
  • In 2019 there were 32,362 beds in Ohio for homeless persons, including 9,231 in temporary housing and 23,131 in permanent housing.
  • 76,000 Ohioans accessed homelessness services in 2018 from one of the state's Continuums of Care. This represents a 30% increase from 2012.

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Negative Equity & Mortgage Default



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

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Monthly Foreclosure Rates for the U.S. & Ohio

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Quarterly Negative Equity Shares for the U.S. & Ohio

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic




90-Day Delinquency Rate by Region

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

90-Day Delinquency Rate

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Foreclosure Rate by Region

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Foreclosure Rate

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Negative Equity Share by Region

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic

Negative Equity Share

Source: Real Estate Analytics Suite, CoreLogic



Eviction Filing Rate


Eviction Filing Rates for the United States & Ohio

Source: Supreme Court of Ohio Case Management System; Population and Housing Estimates, U.S. Census Bureau; Current Population Survey/Housing Vacancy Survey, U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey (ACS) One-Year Estimates, Table B25003; Eviction Lab, Princeton University


Eviction Filing Rate by Region

Source: Supreme Court of Ohio Case Management System; 2014–2018 American Community Survey (ACS) Five-Year Estimates, 2018 ACS One-Year Estimates, Table B25003

Eviction Filing Rate

Source: Supreme Court of Ohio Case Management System; 2014–2018 American Community Survey (ACS) Five-Year Estimates, 2018 ACS One-Year Estimates, Table B25003



Homelessness



Continuum of Care Clients by Project Type

Source: Ohio Human Services Data Warehouse (internal data)

Beds for Homeless Persons by Project Type

Source: Housing Inventory Count, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development



Homeless Share of School Enrollment by Region

Source: Ohio Department of Education (public data request, based on 2018–2019 school year data)

Homeless Share of School Enrollment

Source: Ohio Department of Education (public data request, based on 2018–2019 school year data)

Homeless Share of School Enrollment by Typology

Source: Ohio Department of Education (public data request, based on 2018–2019 school year data)


Downloadable Tables

Related Reports


Notes

The eviction filing rate is the number of new eviction filings per 100 renter-occupied households. In Ohio an eviction is legally referred to as a "forcible entry and detainer" or F.E.D..

Students meet the McKinney-Vento definition of homeless when they lack a fixed, regular, adequate nighttime residence. Students who are sharing the housing of another person (doubled up) due to loss of housing, economic hardship or similar reason meet the definition of homeless. This includes students living in motels, hotels, RV parks or campgrounds due to lack of alternative adequate accommodations, as well as those living in emergency or transitional shelters or abandoned in hospitals. Typologies defined by the Ohio Department of Education and based on traditional school district boundaries. Statewide numbers include online and "bricks-and-mortar" community schools. All numbers are based on total head count. Students may be double counted across typologies if they moved during the school year, however statewide numbers represent unduplicated totals.

Ohio Regions are defined by the Ohio Development Services Agency at the county level.


Data Sources