## Questionnaire Text

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2019 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00

2018 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00

2017 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00

2016 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2015 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2014 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2013 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2012 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2011 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2010 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2009 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2008 ACS
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16. About how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home (and lot, if owned) would sell for if it were for sale?
Amount - Dollars

\$________________.00
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16. Enter your best estimate of the value of the property; that is, how much you think the property would sell for if it were on the market. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land only if you own the land.

2007 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2006 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2005 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2004 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2003 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2002 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2001 ACS
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19. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot, would sell for if it were for sale?

[ ] Less than \$10,000
[ ] 10,000 to 14,999
[ ] 15,000 to 19.999
[ ] 20,000 to 24,999
[ ] 25,000 to 29,999
[ ] 30,000 to 34,999
[ ] 35,000 to 39,999
[ ] 40,000 to 49,999
[ ] 50,000 to 59,999
[ ] 60,000 to 69,999
[ ] 70,000 to 79,999
[ ] 80,000 to 89,999
[ ] 90,000 to 99,999
[ ] 100,000 to 124,999
[ ] 125,000 to 149,999
[ ] 150,000 to 174,999
[ ] 175,000 to 199,999
[ ] 200,000 to 249,999
[ ] 250,000 or more - Specify ->

\$__________________.00

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19.Mark the box that corresponds to the value of the property. If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for the condominium, including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home.

2000 5%
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47. Answer questions 47a-53 if you or someone in this household owns or is buying this house, apartment, or mobile home; otherwise, skip to questions for Person 2.

51. What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot, apartment, or mobile home and lot would sell for if it were for sale?

[] Less than \$10,000
[] \$10,000 to \$14,999
[] \$15,000 to \$19,999
[] \$20,000 to \$24,999
[] \$25,000 to \$29,999
[] \$30,000 to \$34,999
[] \$35,000 to \$39,999
[] \$40,000 to \$49,999
[] \$50,000 to \$59,999
[] \$60,000 to \$69,999
[] \$70,000 to \$79,999
[] \$80,000 to \$89,999
[] \$90,000 to \$99,999
[] \$100,000 to \$124,999
[] \$125,000 to \$149,999
[] \$150,000 to \$174,999
[] \$175,000 to \$199,999
[] \$200,000 to \$249,999
[] \$250,000 to \$299,999
[] \$300,000 to \$399,999
[] \$400,000 to \$499,999
[] \$500,000 to \$749,999
[] \$750,000 to \$999,999
[] \$1,000,000 or more

1990 5%
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H6. Answer only if you or someone in this household OWNS OR IS BUYING this house or apartment -
What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this house and lot or condominium unit would sell for if it were for sale?
[] Less than \$10,000
[] \$10,000 to \$14,999
[] \$15,000 to \$19,999
[] \$20,000 to \$24,999
[] \$25,000 to \$29,999
[] \$30,000 to \$34,999
[] \$35,000 to \$39,999
[] \$40,000 to \$44,999
[] \$45,000 to \$49,999
[] \$50,000 to \$54,999
[] \$55,000 to \$59,999
[] \$60,000 to \$64,999
[] \$65,000 to \$69,999
[] \$70,000 to \$74,999
[] \$75,000 to \$79,999
[] \$80,000 to \$89,999
[] \$90,000 to \$99,999
[] \$100,000 to \$124,999
[] \$125,000 to \$149,999
[] \$150,000 to \$174,999
[] \$175,000 to \$199,999
[] \$200,000 to \$249,999
[] \$250,000 to \$299,999
[] \$300,000 to \$399,999
[] \$400,000 to \$499,999
[] \$500,000 or more

"If this is a house, include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, estimate the value for your house or apartment including your share of the common elements. If this is a mobile home, include the value of the mobile home and the value of the land. If you rent the land, estimate the value of the rented land and add it to the value of the mobile home."

1980 5%
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H11.
If you live in a one-family house or a condominium unit which you own or are buying - What is the value of this property, that is, how much do you think this property (house and lot or condominium unit) would sell for if it were for sale?
Do not answer this question if this is -
A mobile home or trailer
A house on 10 or more acres
A house with a commercial establishment or medical office on the property

[] Less than \$10,000 []\$50,000 to \$54,999
[] \$10,000 to \$14,999 [] \$55,000 to \$59,999
[] \$15,000 to \$17,499 [] \$60,000 to \$64,999
[] \$17,500 to \$19,999 [] \$65,000 to \$69,999
[] \$20,000 to \$22,999 [] \$70,000 to \$74,999
[] \$22,500 to \$24,999 [] \$75,000 to \$79,999
[] \$25,000 to \$27,499 [] \$80,000 to \$89,999
[] \$27,500 to \$29,999 [] \$100,000 to \$124,999
[] \$35,000 to \$39,999 [] \$125,000 to \$149,999
[] \$40,000 to \$44,999 [] \$150,000 to \$199,999
[] \$45,000 to \$49,999 [] \$200,000 or more

"Include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land. If this is a condominium unit, enter the estimated value for your living quarters and your share of the common elements."

1970 Form 2 Metro
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[All]
H11. If you live in a one-family house which you own or are buying --
What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this property (house and lot) would sell for if it were for sale?
If this house is on a place of 10 acres or more, or if any part of this property is used as a commercial establishment or medical office, do not answer this question.
[] Less than \$5,000
[] \$5,000 to \$7,499
[] \$7,500 to \$9,999
[] \$10,000 to \$12,499
[] \$12,500 to \$14,999
[] \$15,000 to \$17,499
[] \$17,500 to \$19,999
[] \$20,000 to \$24,999
[] \$25,000 to \$34,999
[] \$35,000 to \$49,999
[] \$50,000 or more
"Include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land."

1970 Form 1 Metro
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[All]
H11. If you live in a one-family house which you own or are buying --
What is the value of this property; that is, how much do you think this property (house and lot) would sell for if it were for sale?
If this house is on a place of 10 acres or more, or if any part of this property is used as a commercial establishment or medical office, do not answer this question.
[] Less than \$5,000
[] \$5,000 to \$7,499
[] \$7,500 to \$9,999
[] \$10,000 to \$12,499
[] \$12,500 to \$14,999
[] \$15,000 to \$17,499
[] \$17,500 to \$19,999
[] \$20,000 to \$24,999
[] \$25,000 to \$34,999
[] \$35,000 to \$49,999
[] \$50,000 or more
"Include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the land."

1960 5%
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H15. About how much do you think this property would sell for on today's market? (Check one)
[] \$15,000 to \$17,400
[] \$17,500 to \$19,900
[] \$20,000 to \$24,900
[] \$25,000 to \$34,000
[] \$35,000 or more

1940 1%
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5. Value of home, if owned, or monthly rental, if rented.
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431. Column 5. Value of Home, if Owned, or Monthly Rental, if Rented.-If the home is owned, as indicated by the entry "0" in col. 4, enter in col. 5, on the line for the head of the household, the current market value of the home, as nearly as it can be ascertained. Unless the home has been recently purchased, it will be necessary to estimate its value. The estimate should represent the amount for which the home, include (except on a farm) such land as belongs to it, would sell under ordinary conditions not at forced sale. The assessor's valuation, on which taxation is based, is usually not a safe guide.

432. Where a person owns a house with living accommodations for more than one household and his household occupies only a portion of the house, as where the owner of a two-family house rents part to another household, estimate the value of the portion of the house occupied by the owner's household (which for a two-family house may be about one-half the total value), and enter this amount in col. 5 for the owner's household. The entry in col. 5 for the household or households renting a portion of the structure will be the amount paid in monthly rental. Where any considerable portion of the house is used for business purposes, such as a store, deduct the value of this portion - except that the value of one or two rooms used as an office by a dentist, lawyer, or contractor, etc., need not be deducted.

433. For the home of a farm operator who owns, and lives on, his farm (or who owns that part of the farm on which the dwelling stands), obtain an estimate of the value of the dwelling in which he lives, excluding the land on which it is built. (This figure should represent a reasonable fraction of the value of all farm buildings reported on the farm schedule.)

434. Make it clear to your informant that the values returned on the census schedule are not to be used in any way in connection with taxation and are not open to public inspection.

1930 5%
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8. Value of home, if owned, or monthly rental, if rented.
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141. Column 8. Value of home, if owned, or monthly rental, if rented.-If the house or apartment is owned, as indicated by the entry "O" in column 7, give in column 8, on the line for the head of the family, the current market value of the home as nearly as it can be ascertained. Unless the house has been recently purchased it will be necessary to estimate its value. The estimate should represent the amount for which the home, including such land as belongs to it, would sell under normal conditions-not at forced sale. The assessor's value, on which taxation is based, is not generally a safe guide, being usually below the market value. Make it clear to your informant that the values returned on the census schedule are not to be used in any way in connection with taxation and are not open to public inspection.

142. If the home is rented, as indicated by the entry "R" in column 7, give in column 8 the amount paid each month as rent, or one-twelfth of the annual rental, in case payment is not made monthly.

143. If no actual rental is paid, as where a workman receives the use of a house as a part of his wages, give in column 8 the estimated monthly rental value of the house. This estimate may be based on the amount of rent paid for similar houses in the neighborhood.

144. For a farm family (indicated by the entry "Yes" in column 10) make no entry in column 8. The value of the farm home is given on the farm schedule.