Vermont Real Estate Statistics

Real Estate and Home Statistics for Vermont

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Housing Units by Status

DateOccupiedVacantTotal
2010
+6.57%
+15,808
256,442
+22.98%
+12,349
66,097
+9.56%
+28,157
322,539
2000
+14.23%
+29,984
240,634
-11.25%
-6,816
53,748
+8.54%
+23,168
294,382
1990
210,650
60,564
271,214

Occupied Housing Units

As of 2010, Vermont has 256,442 occupied housing units. This is a 6.57% (15,808) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 21.74% (45,792) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Vacant Housing Units

As of 2010, Vermont has 66,097 vacant housing units. This is a 22.98% (12,349) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 9.14% (5,533) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Occupied Housing Unit Breakout

DateOwned with a mortgage or a loanOwned free and clearRenter occupiedTotal
2010
123,593
57,814
+5.91%
+4,185
75,035
+261.95%
+185,592
256,442
2000
0
0
+8.53%
+5,568
70,850
+8.53%
+5,568
70,850
1990
0
0
65,282
65,282

Owned with a Mortgage or Loan

As of 2010, Vermont has 123,593 housing units owned with a mortgage or loan.

Owned Free and Clear

As of 2010, Vermont has 57,814 housing units owned free and clear.

Renter Occupied Units

As of 2010, Vermont has 75,035 renter occupied housing units. This is a 5.91% (4,185) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 14.94% (9,753) 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
+3907.56%
+120,509
123,593
-56.77%
-784
597
+50.36%
+1,205
3,598
-55.47%
-766
615
+16.58%
+7,138
50,198
-15.22%
-7
39
+43.1%
+1,631
5,415
+233.86%
+128,926
184,055
2000
-41.57%
-2,194
3,084
1,381
-21.46%
-654
2,393
1,381
-5.16%
-2,345
43,060
+21.05%
+8
46
-26.11%
-1,337
3,784
-6.38%
-3,760
55,129
1990
5,278
0
3,047
0
45,405
38
5,121
58,889

For Rent

As of 2010, Vermont has 123,593 housing units for rent. This is a 3907.56% (120,509) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 2241.66% (118,315) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Rented, not occupied

As of 2010, Vermont has 597 rented, not occupied, housing units for rent. This is a -56.77% (-784) decrease compared to 10 years prior (2000)

For sale only

As of 2010, Vermont has 3,598 for sale housing units for rent. This is a 50.36% (1,205) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 18.08% (551) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Sold, not occupied

As of 2010, Vermont has 615 sold, not occupied, housing units for rent. This is a -55.47% (-766) decrease compared to 10 years prior (2000)

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use

As of 2010, Vermont has 50,198 housing units for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. This is a 16.58% (7,138) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 10.56% (4,793) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

For migrant workers

As of 2010, Vermont has 39 housing units for migrant workers. This is a -15.22% (-7) decrease compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 2.63% (1) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

Other

As of 2010, Vermont has 5,415 other vacant housing units. This is a 43.1% (1,631) increase compared to 10 years prior (2000), and a 5.74% (294) increase compared to 20 years prior (1990).

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