In 2016, the dominant household type in Rural Balance was 'Couple families with dependents', and by 2026 the largest forecast increase is expected in 'Couples without dependents'.
Analysing the future household structure in Albury City, especially in conjunction with age structure, provides insight to the role the area plays in the housing market. Some areas, usually with separate housing stock, are dominated by families. Others, with more dense housing in inner city locations have significant numbers of lone person households and couples without dependents.
|Forecast household types|
|Rural Balance||2016||2026||2036||Change between 2016 and 2036|
|Couple families with dependents||306||49.6||314||46.1||336||45.1||+30||8||22||0.0000||0.0000||9.80392124823787||8|
|Couples without dependents||223||36.1||265||38.9||291||39.1||+68||42||26||0.0000||0.0000||30.4932721751896||42|
|Lone person households||59||9.6||60||8.8||73||9.8||+14||1||13||0.0000||0.0000||23.7288095374899||1|
|One parent family||21||3.4||33||4.8||35||4.7||+14||12||2||0.0000||0.0000||66.66663492065||12|
Population and household forecasts, 2016 to 2036, prepared by .id (opens a new window), the population experts, November 2017.
In 2016, the dominant household type in Rural Balance was Couple families with dependents, which accounted for 49.6% of all households.
The largest increase between 2016 and 2026 is forecast to be in Couples without dependents, which will increase by 42 households and account for 38.9% of all households.
In contrast Group households is forecast to increase by 0 households, to comprise 0.0% of all households in 2026, compared to 0.0% in 2016.