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1 2013 Rental Market Study Anne Ray July 31, 2013

2 2013 Rental Market Study Affordable Housing Needs Homeless Families & Individuals Special Needs* Preservation, Public Housing & Tenant Characteristics* Farmworkers Fishing Workers * New in 2013

3 Affordable housing needs are increasing Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census and 2005 and 2011 American Community Survey Low Income ( 40%) Renters,

4 More households are renting Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 and 2011 American Community Survey Changes in Florida Households,

5 Rents are up, incomes are down Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census and 2005 and 2011 American Community Survey Real Median Gross Rent and Median Renter Income (2011 $), Florida,

6 ELI hardest hit; cost burden more common for others too Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census and 2005 and 2011 American Community Survey Number of Households Paying More than 40 Percent of Income for Rent, Florida,

7 County, demographic analysis Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey; University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research, 2012 Population Projections Low-Income (60% AMI), Cost Burdened (>40%) Renter Households by County in Florida, % of cost burdened households in large counties, 37% medium, 4% small Most (61%) 1-2 person households 212,797 age 55+ (30%), including 63,257 age 75+ (9%)

8 Affordable/Available Number of Affordable Units, Affordable/Available Units, and Renter Households by Income, Florida, Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

9 Affordable/Available Affordable/Available Housing Units per 100 Renter Households at 0-30% AMI, Modified MSA and Non-Metropolitan Areas, Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

10 Affordable/Available Affordable/Available Housing Units per 100 Renter Households at 0-40% AMI, Modified MSA and Non-Metropolitan Areas, Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

11 Affordable/Available Affordable/Available Housing Units per 100 Renter Households at 0-50% AMI, Modified MSA and Non-Metropolitan Areas, Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

12 Affordable/Available Affordable/Available Housing Units per 100 Renter Households at 0-60% AMI, Modified MSA and Non-Metropolitan Areas, Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

13 Homelessness: Results Summary Demand Individuals: 42,476 36,771 from PIT 5,705 from DOE Families: 31,148 6,333 from PIT 24,815 from DOE Supply (HIC + AHI) Individuals:15,503 beds Families: 4,124 units

14 Homelessness: Estimating Demand & Supply Demand Point in Time: Shelters, Unsheltered Individuals: Single Adults, Married Adults, Unaccompanied Youth, Child Siblings, Teen Parents w/children Family Households: Adults w/children Dept. of Education: Hotels/Motels, Doubled Up Supply Housing Inventory Count Transitional Housing Permanent Supportive Housing Assisted Housing Inventory Individual Beds Family Units

15 Florida Department of Education data Select only doubled up (B), hotels/motels (E) Divide into children with family (86%) and unaccompanied (11%) based on statewide counts Convert children with family into households using 1.86 children/family (natl. statistic) Aggregate counties to Continuum of Care regions

16 Continuum of Care Regions: Individuals Homeless Individuals by Region, 2012

17 Continuum of Care Regions: Families Homeless Families by Region, 2012

18 Level of Effort LOE = Number of permanent supportive housing units/beds divided by number of individuals or families Individuals Statewide LOE = 0.19 (i.e., 19 permanent supportive housing beds for every 100 homeless individuals) CoC regions range from 0.01 to 0.35 Families Statewide LOE = 0.07 (7 permanent supportive housing units for every 100 families CoC regions range from 0 to 0.43

19 Special Needs Definition An adult person requiring independent living services in order to maintain housing or develop independent living skills and who has a disabling condition; A young adult formerly in foster care who is eligible for services under s (5); A survivor of domestic violence as defined in s ; Or a person receiving benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program or the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program or from veterans disability benefits. Section (13), Florida Statutes

20 Special Needs: Defining for Rental Market Study Disability/benefits definition: Age 18-64, with a disability, receiving Social Security (proxy for SSDI); Age 18+, with a disability, receiving SSI; Age 18+, with a VA service-related disability rating of 10 percent or more. 93,438 low-income, cost burdened renter households meeting this definition (ACS)

21 Special Needs: Recipients of State Services Survivors of domestic violence 8,419 households using emergency shelter (DCF) Youth aging out of foster care 5,052 eligible for RTI (DCF)

22 Special Needs Core estimate 93, , ,052 = 101,857 14% of statewide total of 737,435 low-income, cost burdened renter households

23 Special Needs Other estimates 24,073 persons in group quarters with same disability/benefits definition 7,750 persons with severe mental illness, 7,929 with chronic substance abuse in homeless PIT count 42,186 low income, cost burdened renters with severe disabilities but no benefits 36,709 low income, cost burdened, owner occupied households with adult child with severe disabilities State service recipients 51,116 adults with developmental disabilities 23,657 persons age 65+ in Long Term Care Community Diversion Pilot 30,936 persons receiving Aging and Disabled Adult Medicaid waivers 165,078 adults receiving services for severe and persistent mental illness

24 Thinking about 2016 Can Department of Education data identify younger children, family groupings? Continued outreach re: HUD definition and PIT methods County-level counts and inventories Improving count of unaccompanied youth: The Youth Count! Study (http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/ youth- count-process-study.pdf)

25 Rental Market Study links Homelessness report: pdf All reports available at Contact Anne Ray, ,


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