Key Findings from the Regional Rental Market Analysis - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Key Findings from the Regional Rental Market Analysis

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Regional Rental Market Analysis, an unprecedented analysis, measured 1999 rent and vacancy rates within each of the six metropolitan Chicago counties and provided forecast levels through 2004 and 2009. The analysis showed the overall vacancy rate in the region was an extremely low 4.2 percent.

Key Findings from the Regional Rental Market Analysis
- Development of Rental Housing
- Increasing Access to the Rental Market through Housing Choice Vouchers
- A Closer Look at the Jobs-Housing Mismatch

Regional Rental Market Analysis by geography

- Chicago - North Side
- Chicago - South Side
- Chicago - West Side
- Dupage County
- Kane County
- Lake County
- McHenry County
- North Suburban Cook County
- South Suburban Cook County
- West Suburban Cook County
- Will County



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