Dover contains a total of 12,513 houses, condominiums, and apartments. Of the housing in the city, approximately 53% is occupied by their owners.
In 2000, 74% of owner-occupied housing units in Dover had a mortgage. Roughly 21% of housing units have a home equity loan or second mortgage in the city.
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|Homes With No Mortgage||26%|
|With A Mortgage||74%|
|First Mortgage Only||53%|
|Second Mortgage or Home Equity Loan||21%|
|Second Mortgage Only||10%|
|Home Equity Loan Only||11%|
|Owner Costs as % of Income||18.7%|
|Median Real Estate Taxes (2000)||$853|
|Median Year Built||1974|
|Median Year Built (Owner Occupied)||1974|
|Median Year Built (Renter Occupied)||1975|
|Using Utility Co. Gas Heat||62%|
|Using Bottled/Tank Gas Heat||4%|
|Using Electric Heat||11%|
|Using Oil Heat||22%|
|Using Wood Heating||1%|
|Using Solar Heat||0%|
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