Scotland Housing

The Town of Scotland was incorporated in 1854.
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Housing Cost as a Percent of Income

Household Income

Source

US Census ACS 2013 5-Year Estimates

Definitions

Why is 30% Important? The US Department of Housing and Urban Development and the US Census determine housing affordability using the percent of income spent on housing. Housing costs that exceed 30 percent of monthly household income are viewed as an indication that housing may be too expensive for residents. (Used in chart and map)

Units Built Before 1970: This is the percent of total housing units that were built before 1970. This is an important figure when looking at local housing because it indicates the number of units that may be outdated or unsafe for habitation. (Used in map)



Click on the map of Scotland to view the data profile.

Source: US Census ACS 2013 5-Year Estimates

Additional Resources

2013 Housing Data Profile for Scotland, CT

Source: Partnership for Strong Communities 


2014 Town Economic Profile for Scotland, CT

Source: Connecticut Economic Resource Center

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 Number of Foreclosures in Scotland, CT each Year from 2009 to 2013

2009
1
2010
7
2011
0
2012
3
2013
4

Source: CHFA – Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, 2009 – 2013 Connecticut Lis Penden and Deed Filings