Capital Funds for Housing in the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960 - Housing - 32 pages
 

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Page 3 - private enterprise shall be encouraged to serve as large a part of the total need as it can" and that "governmental assistance shall be utilized where feasible to enable private enterprise to serve more of the total need.
Page 27 - standard metropolitan area" is defined as a county or group of contiguous counties which contains at least one city of 50,000 inhabitants or more. Counties contiguous to
Page 3 - governmental assistance shall be utilized where feasible to enable private enterprise to serve more of the total need.
Page 27 - they are essentially metropolitan in character and socially and economically integrated with the central city. In New England, where cities and towns,
Page 27 - a population density criterion of 150 persons or more per square mile, or 100 persons or more per square mile where strong integration was evident, was used.
Page 27 - containing such a city are included in a standard metropolitan area if they are essentially metropolitan in character and socially and economically integrated with the central
Page 8 - of its capital and surplus, or 60 percent of its time and savings deposits, whichever is greater. The
Page 31 - 11 to 20 percent 21 to 30 percent 31 to 40 percent 41 to 50 percent 51 to
Page 10 - Savings and loan associations .... Life insurance companies. . . . Mutual savings banks Commercial banks Individuals and others

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