The map above shows a snapshot of how many minutes it generally takes people to get to work across town. Nationally, the number of people traveling more than an hour to work rose to 11.1 million in 2012. That’s up 300,000 from 2011.
Map: Where in La Grange Are Mortgage Owners Paying the Least?
This map shows a snapshot of the monthly costs for mortgage owners across different areas of your town. The numbers represent the sum of payments to mortgages, deeds of trust, contracts to purchase, and other property related expenses.
Nearby Breast Cancer Campaigns Could Use Your Help
The list contains anyone nearby who has an active GoFundMe campaign related to breast cancer: from memorials to fundraisers for hospital costs to general awareness campaigns. Click an image to learn more about each of them.
Map: What Section of Town Has Prewar Homes?
This map shows a snapshot of the percentage of homes built in 1939 or earlier across different areas of your town.
Map: What Area Has the Most Vacant Rental Units in La Grange?
This map shows a snapshot of the percentage of vacant rental units across different areas of your town.
The national rental vacancy rate reached its lowest point in more than a decade to 4.2 percent. It's a sign that more and more people have been opting to rent rather than own.Map: What Section of La Grange Has the Most Vacant Homes?
This map shows a snapshot of the percentage of vacant homes across different areas of your town.
Map: What Part of Town Has the Largest Families in Rentals?
The map above shows a snapshot of the average household size for renters across town.
Why is this interesting? Well, nationally the number of occupied single-family homes that were rentals rose to 18 percent last year from about 15 percent in 2006. This follows a trend of former homeowners continuing to rent after their homes were foreclosed upon or people delaying homeownership after the burst of the housing bubble.