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Mobile Home Housing Stock

July 14, 1989|Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich and Rick Vanderknyff / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Ever so slowly, but ever so steadily, the county's mobile home housing stock is dwindling. According to the state Department of Finance, the number of mobile homes decreased 2.6% between 1984 and 1988. Here is the city-by-city change since 1984, ranked from highest percentage loss to highest gain:

City 1984 *1988 % Change Anaheim 4,402 3,645 -17.2 Unincorporated area 2,517 2,097 -16.7 Newport Beach 878 840 -4.3 TOTAL COUNTY 27,602 26,893 -2.6 Huntington Beach 2,715 2,683 -1.2 Westminster 2,479 2,469 -0.4 La Habra 642 641 -0.2 Fullerton 668 667 -0.1 Cypress 306 306 N/C Fountain Valley 342 342 N/C La Palma 0 0 N/C Los Alamitos 85 85 N/C Placentia 494 494 N/C Seal Beach 87 87 N/C Villa Park 0 0 N/C Yorba Linda 267 267 N/C Tustin 512 513 +0.2 Irvine 699 701 +0.3 Garden Grove 1,629 1,636 +0.4 Brea 1,186 1,192 +0.5 Santa Ana 2,941 2,957 +0.5 Buena Park 263 265 +0.8 San Juan Capistrano 999 1,007 +0.8 Stanton 1,131 1,140 +0.8 Orange 1,115 1,130 +1.3 San Clemente 322 330 +2.5 Costa Mesa 902 953 +5.7 Laguna Beach 21 446 +2,023.8

N/C: No change

Source: California Department of Finance, Population Research Unit

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