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PM 362/470: SEMINAR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: COMMUNITY

Things to Look For:

  • Population
  • Age
  • Ethnicity
  • Household
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Income
  • Zoning Boundaries
  • Natural Resources
  • Climate
  • Cultural Boundaries
  • Voting Districts
  • Voting Patterns
  • Key Political Issues
  • Transportation
  • Utilities
  • Shopping
  • Development
  • Cost of Living
  • Arts/Leisure

Possible Sources:

  • United States Census
  • County Departments
  • County Clerk
  • County Annual Reports
  • County Register of Deeds
  • County Tax Information
  • City Departments
  • City Assessor
  • City Building Inspector
  • City Zoning
  • City Clerk
  • City Development Plan
  • Visitor Information
  • Visitor or Convention Bureau
  • Business Information
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Downtown or Development Associations
  • Housing Authority
  • Local Newspaper

General Statistics, Census and Demographics

Consumer/Lifestyle Data

What is a MSA?

A Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is a county or group of counties that has either a city of >50,000 people, or an urbanized area with >100,000 people total.  Many geographic statistics are organized by MSA.  There are also Micropolitan Statistical Areas.

Subject Guide

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