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TABLE 12 - Maximum Mean Monthly Losses from Vacancy Decontrol over the Next Two Years Due to Higher Rents of Vacated Apartments by Income Class, Household Size, and Age of Head

One Person
Two Persons
Elderly Nonelderly Elderly Nonelderly
Income Class
Up to $13,440 $157 $107 $91 $41
20% 31% 19% 34%
$32 $33 $17 $14
$13,441 - $30,000 $130 $63 $105 $30
21% 38% 18% 33%
$27 $24 $19 $10
$30,001 - $55,200 $156 $65 $118 $36
21% 36% 17% 36%
$34 $23 $20 $13
More than $55,200 $125 $72 $143 $52
22% 38% 21% 38%
$27 $27 $31 $20

NOTE. _ First number in each cell is maximum mean loss to new occupants of regulated units vacated within two years, second is percentage of occupants of regulated units who will move within two years, and third is mean loss averaged over all occupants of regulated units. Calculations assume that vacated apartments are occupied by households with same income, household size, and age of head as previous residents and that vacancy decontrol has no effect on who lives where. They ignore unmeasured benefits of vacancy decontrol


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