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National Statistics

Estimated number of U.S. association-governed communities and individual housing units and residents within those communities:

Year

Communities

Housing Units

Residents

1970

10,000

701,000

2.1 million

1980

36,000

3.6 million

9.6 million

1990

130,000

11.6 million

29.6 million

2000

222,500

17.8 million

45.2 million

2002

240,000

19.2 million

48.0 million

2004

260,000

20.8 million

51.8 million

2006

286,000

23.1 million

57.0 million

2008

300,800

24.1 million

59.5 million

2010

309,600

24.8 million

62.0 million

2012 323,600 25.9 million 63.4 million
2013 328,500 26.3 million 65.7 million

Association-governed communities include homeowners associations, condominiums, cooperatives and other planned communities. Homeowners associations and other planned communities account for about 50 percent of the totals above, condominiums for 45-48 percent and cooperatives for 3-5 percent.

The 2013 Statistical Review published by CAI's sister organization, the Foundation for Community Association Research, includes more national and state data, as well the results of a national survey of community association residents. Download the brochure.

CAI media contact: Frank Rathbun, VP of Communications, (703) 970-9239, Frathbun(at)caionline.org.

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