The community information provided starts with community characteristics, or factors that influence the specific community greatly. These factors can include nearby military facilities, residential turnover rates and closest sports teams. The community summary breaks down population growth and density, as well as household size and those households with children.
In regards to housing at your new location, our tools fill you in on residential turnover, average residency years and the percentages of those homes vacant, rented and owned. These percentages can give you a better idea of where you stand once you enter into your new community in regards to your neighbors. The housing inventory and housing stability statistics provided by this community information tool are great to know when heading into new territory.
Our community information tool will also provide you with population statistics in terms of age. Employment and income statistics are given in addition to the population information for your new community. The climate and weather statistics are also provided. You can find out the low and high temperatures, as well as the weather risk in your new location compared to the national average. To promote your sense of safety, crime statistics are compared to the national average as well.
When moving, whether you are a college student or relocating a family of four, it’s important to be aware of the quality of the school districts in your new community. The community information tool will provide you with the educational climate and highest level of education attained for your new location. This is broken down by degrees, ranging from no high school to graduate degrees