Texas Real Estate Statistics

Real Estate and Home Statistics for Texas

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Housing Units by Status

DateOccupiedVacantTotal
2010
+20.69%
+1,529,579
8,922,933
+37.98%
+290,282
1,054,503
+22.31%
+1,819,861
9,977,436
2000
+21.78%
+1,322,417
7,393,354
-18.53%
-173,841
764,221
+16.39%
+1,148,576
8,157,575
1990
6,070,937
938,062
7,008,999

Occupied Housing Units

As of 2010, Texas has 8,922,933 occupied housing units. This is a 20.69% (1,529,579) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 46.98% (2,851,996) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Vacant Housing Units

As of 2010, Texas has 1,054,503 vacant housing units. This is a 37.98% (290,282) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 12.41% (116,441) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Occupied Housing Unit Breakout

DateOwned with a mortgage or a loanOwned free and clearRenter occupiedTotal
2010
3,728,987
1,956,366
+20.97%
+561,185
3,237,580
+233.39%
+6,246,538
8,922,933
2000
0
0
+12.65%
+300,573
2,676,395
+12.65%
+300,573
2,676,395
1990
0
0
2,375,822
2,375,822

Owned with a Mortgage or Loan

As of 2010, Texas has 3,728,987 housing units owned with a mortgage or loan.

Owned Free and Clear

As of 2010, Texas has 1,956,366 housing units owned free and clear.

Renter Occupied Units

As of 2010, Texas has 3,237,580 renter occupied housing units. This is a 20.97% (561,185) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 36.27% (861,758) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Vacant Housing Unit Breakout

DateFor RentRented, not occupiedFor sale onlySold, not occupiedFor seasonal, recreational, or occasional useFor migrant workersOtherTotal
2010
+1396.14%
+3,479,747
3,728,987
-66.73%
-33,116
16,509
+41.64%
+35,698
121,430
-38.67%
-19,188
30,437
+20.55%
+35,584
208,733
-36.03%
-1,244
2,209
+38.35%
+77,853
280,875
+439.31%
+3,575,334
4,389,180
2000
-29.76%
-105,605
249,240
49,625
-30.01%
-36,758
85,732
49,625
+13.97%
+21,230
173,149
-39.74%
-2,277
3,453
-14.87%
-35,473
203,022
-6.83%
-59,633
813,846
1990
354,845
0
122,490
0
151,919
5,730
238,495
873,479

For Rent

As of 2010, Texas has 3,728,987 housing units for rent. This is a 1396.14% (3,479,747) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 950.88% (3,374,142) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Rented, not occupied

As of 2010, Texas has 16,509 rented, not occupied, housing units for rent. This is a -66.73% (-33,116) decrease compared to 10 years prior (2000)

For sale only

As of 2010, Texas has 121,430 for sale housing units for rent. This is a 41.64% (35,698) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a -0.87% (-1,060) decrease compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Sold, not occupied

As of 2010, Texas has 30,437 sold, not occupied, housing units for rent. This is a -38.67% (-19,188) decrease compared to 10 years prior (2000)

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use

As of 2010, Texas has 208,733 housing units for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. This is a 20.55% (35,584) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 37.4% (56,814) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

For migrant workers

As of 2010, Texas has 2,209 housing units for migrant workers. This is a -36.03% (-1,244) decrease compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a -61.45% (-3,521) decrease compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Other

As of 2010, Texas has 280,875 other vacant housing units. This is a 38.35% (77,853) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 17.77% (42,380) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

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