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Average Housing Age Distribution - 2000

The following map shows the dispersion of the average house's age (aka when it was built) in the area. Housing age affects the house's condition, need for repairs (roofing and mechanicals), and sometimes even value (historic districts). In the case of the map below, the dark olive areas show where the oldest houses exist. Sources: US Census Bureau and Synergos Technologies, Inc.


Built Stats as of 2000 *
Other Metropolitan Areas
Lima Fort Wayne Dayton Toledo
Count% Count%Count %Count%
Housing Units
Prior 1940
1940 to 1950
1950 to 1960
1960 to 1970
1970 to 1980
1980 to 1990
After 1990
17,668
6,072
2,939
3,179
2,097
1,762
689
930

34.37
16.63
17.99
11.87
9.97
3.90
5.26
90,909
18,304
8,658
14,313
17,603
16,032
9,101
6,898

20.13
9.52
15.74
19.36
17.64
10.01
7.59
77,337
26,351
13,454
15,427
11,600
6,350
2,528
1,627

34.07
17.40
19.95
15.00
8.21
3.27
2.10
139,880
45,708
18,071
26,808
18,102
17,988
8,331
4,872

32.68
12.92
19.16
12.94
12.86
5.96
3.48

* All housing (Vacant and Occupied).


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