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Dorchester Housing Statistics, Occupancy and Year Built

Dorchester 2012 Housing Occupancy Statistics Graph

Dorchester data is not available. Suffolk county data used instead.

2012 Housing Occupancy Statistics Suffolk county, MA Massachusetts United States
Total Units 322,322 2,839,014 133,667,681
Occupied Units 298,042 92.47% 2,566,067 90.39% 118,025,427 88.30%
Vacant Units 24,280 7.53% 272,947 9.61% 15,642,254 11.70%
Total Housing Units
Owner Occupied Units 96,242 29.86% 1,567,442 55.21% 76,294,472 57.08%
Renter Occupied Units 201,800 62.61% 998,625 35.18% 41,730,955 31.22%
Vacant Units 24,280 7.53% 272,947 9.61% 15,642,254 11.70%
Vacant Housing Units
Vacant Units For Rent 45.45% 25.24% 27.35%
Vacant Units For Sale 9.77% 9.57% 12.74%
Vacant Units Seasonal 14.19% 44.85% 31.14%
Vacant Units Vacant Other 24.74% 16.54% 24.61%

The data for Suffolk county, MA may also contain data for the following areas: Readville, Hyde Park, Roslindale, Roxbury, Allston, Revere, East Boston, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury Crossing, Dorchester, South Boston, Winthrop, Cambridge, Grove Hall, West Roxbury, Uphams Corner, Charlestown, Brighton, Dorchester Center, Boston, Mission Hill, Chelsea, Mattapan

Occupied Units: Housing units that are Owner Occupied or Renter Occupied.

Vacant Units: Housing units that are For Sale and Vacant, For Rent and Vacant, Seasonal and Vacant and Other.

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Dorchester 2012 Housing Statistics Year Built Graph

Dorchester data is not available. Suffolk county data used instead.

2012 Housing Statistic Year Built Suffolk county, MA Massachusetts United States
Housing, Units 322,322 2,839,014 133,667,681
Housing, Median Year Built 1939 1957 1974
Built 2005 or Later 2.92% 2.64% 5.25%
Built 2000 to 2004 3.36% 4.36% 9.12%
Built 1990 to 1999 4.14% 7.34% 14.08%
Built 1980 to 1989 6.55% 11.10% 14.10%
Built 1970 to 1979 6.99% 11.76% 16.11%
Built 1960 to 1969 8.38% 10.77% 11.20%
Built 1950 to 1959 7.73% 11.69% 11.04%
Built 1940 to 1949 5.79% 6.07% 5.63%
Built 1939 or Earlier 54.15% 34.28% 13.47%

The data for Suffolk county, MA may also contain data for the following areas: Readville, Hyde Park, Roslindale, Roxbury, Allston, Revere, East Boston, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury Crossing, Dorchester, South Boston, Winthrop, Cambridge, Grove Hall, West Roxbury, Uphams Corner, Charlestown, Brighton, Dorchester Center, Boston, Mission Hill, Chelsea, Mattapan

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Dorchester 2012 Housing Statistics, Move In Date by Year Graph

Dorchester data is not available. Suffolk county data used instead.

2012 Move In Date by Year Suffolk county, MA Massachusetts United States
Households 298,042 2,566,067 118,025,427
Household, Median Length of Residence in Years 9 12 11
Moved in 2005 or Later 54.71% 37.95% 41.51%
Moved in 2000 to 2004 17.82% 18.82% 20.15%
Moved in 1990 to 1999 13.55% 19.49% 18.66%
Moved in 1980 to 1989 5.95% 9.95% 8.86%
Moved in 1970 to 1979 3.67% 6.78% 5.92%
Moved in 1969 or Earlier 4.30% 7.01% 4.91%

The data for Suffolk county, MA may also contain data for the following areas: Readville, Hyde Park, Roslindale, Roxbury, Allston, Revere, East Boston, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury Crossing, Dorchester, South Boston, Winthrop, Cambridge, Grove Hall, West Roxbury, Uphams Corner, Charlestown, Brighton, Dorchester Center, Boston, Mission Hill, Chelsea, Mattapan

Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Demographic Information FAQ