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Clovis City, California Housing Analysis

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(updated 2010)



Household Type By Tenure
(Clovis City, California)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 13,242

Renter-occupied housing units : 4,192

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 670

Renter-occupied housing units : 1,395

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 2,134

Renter-occupied housing units : 2,724

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 4,465

Renter-occupied housing units : 4,809


(updated 2013)



Mortgage Status By Age of Householder
(Clovis City, California)

Housing units with a mortgage:

Householder 15 to 34 years : 1,757

Householder 35 to 44 years : 3,569

Householder 45 to 54 years : 5,040

Householder 55 to 59 years : 2,021

Householder 60 to 64 years : 1,778

Householder 65 to 74 years : 1,579

Householder 75 years and over : 606

Housing units without a mortgage:

Householder 15 to 34 years : 111

Householder 35 to 44 years : 311

Householder 45 to 54 years : 542

Householder 55 to 59 years : 359

Householder 60 to 64 years : 496

Householder 65 to 74 years : 1,187

Householder 75 years and over : 1,155


(updated 2013)



Gross Rent As A Percentage Of Household Income
(Clovis City, California)

Less than 10.0 percent : 380

10.0 to 14.9 percent : 955

15.0 to 19.9 percent : 1,521

20.0 to 24.9 percent : 948

25.0 to 29.9 percent : 1,849

30.0 to 34.9 percent : 1,058

35.0 to 39.9 percent : 971

40.0 to 49.9 percent : 1,847

50.0 percent or more : 2,749

Not computed : 842


(updated 2013)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(Clovis City, California)

Built 2010 or later : $285,100

Built 2000 to 2009 : $293,100

Built 1990 to 1999 : $242,400

Built 1980 to 1989 : $189,100

Built 1970 to 1979 : $158,400

Built 1960 to 1969 : $133,000

Built 1950 to 1959 : $150,500

Built 1940 to 1949 : $614,600

Built 1939 or earlier : $310,200


(updated 2013)



Housing Occupancy in Clovis City, California

Occupied

96.42%

Vacant

3.58%

(updated 2010)



Vacant Housing Units in Clovis City, California

Owner Occupied

60.67%

Renter Occupied

39.33%

(updated 2010)



Percentage of Family Households in Clovis City, California: 73.1%

Percentage of Family Households in California: 68.7%


(updated 2010)



Population in Group Quarters in Clovis City, California

Institutionalized population


  • Juvenile facilities : 7.99%
  • Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities : 56.96%
  • Other institutional facilities : 1.55%

Noninstitutionalized population


  • Other noninstitutional facilities : 33.51%


(updated 2010)



Workers who live and work in Clovis City, California: 7,471 (7.8%)


(updated 2010)



Average Household Size in Clovis City, California: 2.85
Average Household Size in California: 2.90


(updated 2010)



Building Permits in Clovis City, California

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 362 362 $64,392,132
  Two Family 6 12 $1,197,181
  Three and Four Family 1 4 $280,745
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

369 378 $65,870,058
2000        
  Single Family 507 507 $94,800,245
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

507 507 $94,800,245
2001        
  Single Family 1,036 1,036 $198,177,923
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

1,036 1,036 $198,177,923
2002        
  Single Family 1,312 1,312 $254,740,331
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

1,312 1,312 $254,740,331
2003        
  Single Family 1,379 1,379 $291,912,129
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 9 54 $6,462,871
  Total

1,388 1,433 $298,375,000
2004        
  Single Family 1,431 1,431 $334,188,302
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 7 28 $2,572,156
  Five or More Family 35 409 $28,771,338
  Total

1,473 1,868 $365,531,796
2005        
  Single Family 1,300 1,300 $326,609,593
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

1,300 1,300 $326,609,593
2006        
  Single Family 570 570 $133,506,315
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

570 570 $133,506,315


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (Clovis City, CA): $42,283
Median Household Income In 2000 (California): $47,493


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Clovis City): $122,100
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (California): $198,900


(updated 2010)



Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Clovis City): $580
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (California): $747


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in Clovis City, California

Utility Gas: 59.9%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 1.1%
Electricity: 37.1%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 0.0%
Coal Or Coke: 0.0%
Wood: 1.5%
Solar Energy: 0.1%
Other Fuel: 0.2%
No Fuel Used: 0.0%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)



Population in Group Quarters in Clovis City, California

Institutionalized population

66.49%

Correctional facilities for adults

0.0%

Federal detention centers

0.0%

Federal prisons

0.0%

State prisons

0.0%

Local jails and other municipal confinement facilities

0.0%

Correctional residential facilities

0.0%

Military disciplinary barracks and jails

0.0%

Juvenile facilities

7.99%

Group homes for juveniles (non-correctional)

7.22%

Residential treatment centers for juveniles (non-correctional)

0.77%

Correctional facilities intended for juveniles

0.0%

Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities

56.96%

Other institutional facilities

1.55%

Mental (Psychiatric) hospitals and psychiatric units in other hospitals

0.0%

Hospitals with patients who have no usual home elsewhere

0.0%

In-patient hospice facilities

1.55%

Military treatment facilities with assigned patients

0.0%

Residential schools for people with disabilities

0.0%

Noninstitutionalized population

33.51%

College/University student housing

0.0%

Military quarters

0.0%

Military barracks and dormitories (non-disciplinary)

0.0%

Military ships

0.0%

Other noninstitutional facilities

33.51%

Emergency and transitional shelters (with sleeping facilities) for people experiencing homelessness

0.0%

Group homes intended for adults

20.36%

Residential treatment centers for adults

3.61%

Maritime/merchant vessels

0.0%

Workers' group living quarters and Job Corps centers

8.25%

Other noninstitutional facilities

1.29%


(updated 2010)





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