This publication is geared towards local government officials and others interested in investigating the connections between housing and land use. Using a series of maps, graphics and text, we explore statewide trends in housing including homeownership, seasonal housing, housing values, affordability, foreclosures, and other special topics. We also look at state and local housing policies, emerging design trends, and the impact of generational changes.
A previous edition of Housing Megatrends published in 2006 is also available. This publication explores trends in homeownership, property values, land conversion, residential energy use, and commuting. Historic and projected changes in housing density from 1940 to 2030 are also portrayed using a series of statewide maps.
Wisconsin Population by Generation Includes statewide maps and graph illustrating distribution of youth, Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers and older generations.
Multi Family Housing in Wisconsin Interactive map showing multi-family housing, proportion of owners and renters, and the number of single-family, multi-family, and mobile homes by municipality.
Wisconsin Housing Profiles This series addresses key demographic factors and housing issues for Wisconsin counties including the housing market, foreclosure impacts, housing affordability, vacancy rates, and more.
2010 Census Chartbook: Demographic Trends in Wisconsin Section 4: Housing uses a series of maps and graphics to explore housing density, homeownership, seasonal housing, and vacancy rates.
The Generation Gap: Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers in the Labor Force Interactive map for the U.S. showing predominant generations, unemployment rates, and labor force participation by census tract.
The U.S. Population Has Aged Significantly Over the Past Two Decades Interactive map for the U.S. showing the share of county population aged 50 and over for 1990 and 2010.
Millions of Americans Spend Over 30 Percent of Income for Housing Interactive map for the U.S. showing the percent of homeowners, renters and households that spend more than 30 percent of their income on housing.
State of Wisconsin and County Foreclosure Filings, 2000-2011