New Haven, CT Residential Property Data

Description

Selected characteristics of a set of small residential properties in New Haven, CT (excluding larger multi-family properties and apartment buildings).

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 18221 observations on the following 8 variables.

totalCurrVal

the 2006 assessed value of the property

livingArea

the living area in square feet

dep

the amount of depreciation, as a percent

size

the size of the land, in acres

zone

the residential zone, a factor with levels Other RM RS

acType

whether the property has central air conditioning: a factor with levels AC No AC

bedrms

the number of bedrooms

bathrms

the number of bathrooms

Details

The data have been cleaned somewhat, with emphasis on somewhat. For example,there is a property (a very nice one), which has an extremely low assessed value, given its characteristics. It happens to straddle the border between New Haven and Hamden, and so it pays only a proportion of it's property taxes to the City of New Haven.

Source

John W. Emerson, from the City of New Haven's property database, which contains more than 27,000 property records (including, for example, the New Haven Airport) and many more variables than included here.

Examples

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# This example is excluded from running automatically in the checks
# because it takes a little while to produce.

## Not run: 
  data(NewHavenResidential)
  gpairs(NewHavenResidential)

## End(Not run)

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