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TAXINCL
Mortgage payment includes property taxes

Description

TAXINCL indicates whether the household's monthly mortgage payment amount, as reported in MORTOTAL for 1980 and in MORTAMT1 for the 1990-2000 censuses, the ACS, and the PRCS included state, local, and/or other real estate taxes.

Codes and Frequencies



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Comparability

A "yes" response means the same thing for all years, but the universes are slightly different. See MORTGAGE for further details.

Universe

  • Households with a regular mortgage payment (see MORTGAGE).

Availability

United States
  • 2017: All samples
  • 2016: All samples
  • 2015: All samples
  • 2014: All samples
  • 2013: All samples
  • 2012: All samples
  • 2011: All samples
  • 2010: ACS; ACS 3yr; ACS 5yr
  • 2009: All samples
  • 2008: All samples
  • 2007: All samples
  • 2006: All samples
  • 2005: All samples
  • 2004: All samples
  • 2003: All samples
  • 2002: All samples
  • 2001: All samples
  • 2000: All samples
  • 1990: All samples
  • 1980: All samples
  • 1970: --
  • 1960: --
  • 1950: --
  • 1940: --
  • 1930: --
  • 1920: --
  • 1910: --
  • 1900: --
  • 1880: --
  • 1870: --
  • 1860: --
  • 1850: --
Puerto Rico
  • 2017: All samples
  • 2016: All samples
  • 2015: All samples
  • 2014: All samples
  • 2013: All samples
  • 2012: All samples
  • 2011: All samples
  • 2010: PRCS; PRCS 3yr; PRCS 5yr
  • 2009: All samples
  • 2008: All samples
  • 2007: All samples
  • 2006: All samples
  • 2005: All samples
  • 2000: All samples
  • 1990: All samples
  • 1980: All samples
  • 1970: --
  • 1930: --
  • 1920: --
  • 1910: --

Flags

QTAXINCL 

Editing Procedure


TAXINCL (Mortgage payment includes property taxes)

ACS Years: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

ACS editing procedure:

For 2005-2008, if the reported answer for if the mortgage payment includes property taxes (TAXINCL) for an owner-occupied unit (OWNERSHP) with a mortgage (MORTGAGE) is "Blank, Don't Know, Refused, or Bad Value", TAXINCL will be allocated. The allocated value is the TAXINCL value from another owner-occupied unit of the same type of building (UNITSSTR, which shows if a building is a mobile home, detached single family, or attached single family), similar value (VALUEH), and in the same geographic unit (it is not specified what level of geography is used). When this happens, the flag will show that the value is allocated (QTAXINCL).

For 2009 onwards, if the reported answer for if the mortgage payment includes property taxes (TAXINCL) for an owner-occupied unit (OWNERSHP) with a mortgage (MORTGAGE) is "Blank, Don't Know, Refused, or Bad Value", and monthly tax (PROPTX99) is more than or equal to the mortgage payment, the TAXINCL value will be edited to "No, paid separately or not required". If the reported answer for if the mortgage payment includes property taxes (TAXINCL) for an owner-occupied unit (OWNERSHP) with a mortgage (MORTGAGE) is "Blank, Don't Know, Refused, or Bad Value", and monthly tax (PROPTX99) is less than the mortgage payment, TAXINCL will be allocated. The allocated value is the TAXINCL value from another owner-occupied unit of the same type of building (UNITSSTR, which shows if a building is a mobile home, detached single family, or attached single family), similar value (VALUEH), and in the same geographic unit (it is not specified what level of geography is used). When this happens, the flag will show that the value is allocated (QTAXINCL).

For all years, if a unit that is renter-occupied (OWNERSHP), does not have a mortgage (MORTGAGE) or is vacant (VACANCY) has a value for TAXINCL, it will be changed to "Not in universe."

Beginning in 2013, property insurance and taxes are considered jointly. If the sum of the reported tax and property insurance amounts per month are greater than the mortgage payment, both INSINCL and TAXINCL will be changed to "No" if they do not already have this value. Similarly, if both INSINCL and TAXINCL are "Blank, Don't know, Refused, or Bad value", they will be jointly allocated. The allocated value is the INSINCL and TAXINCL value from another owner-occupied unit of the same type of building (UNITSSTR), similar value (VALUEH), with a regular mortgage payment (MORTAMT1), and in the same geographic unit (it is not specified what level of geography is used).

Internal ACS variable : MRGT