Tennessee Real Estate Statistics

Home and Real Estate Statistics for Tennessee

Housing Units By Status

Total Housing Units

Tennessee has 2,812,133 total housing units. This is an increase of 372,690 units since the year 2000 when it had 2,439,443 total housing units. It's an increase of 786,066 units since the year 1990 when it had 2,026,067 total home units. There was an increase of 413,376 units between 1990 and 2000. Of Tennessee's 2,812,133 total housing units, 88.67% are occupied homes, and 11.33% are vacant home units.

Total Occupied Housing Units

Tennessee has 2,493,552 occupied housing units. This is an increase of 260,647 units since the year 2000 when it had 2,232,905 occupied housing units. It's an increase of 639,827 units since the year 1990 when it had 1,853,725 occupied home units. There was an increase of 379,180 units between 1990 and 2000. Of Tennessee's 2,493,552 occupied housing units, 44.94% are occupied with a loan or mortgage units, 31.8% are renter occupied home units, and 23.26% are occupied clear of any loan or mortgage housing units.

Renter Occupied Housing Units

Tennessee has 792,960 renter occupied housing units. This is an increase of 121,418 units since the year 2000 when it had 671,542 renter occupied home units. It's an increase of 200,353 units since the year 1990 when it had 592,607 renter occupied housing units. There was an increase of 78,935 units between 1990 and 2000.

Units Occupied with a Loan or Mortgage

There are 1,120,716 occupied with a loan or mortgage housing units.

Units Occupied Clear of Any Loan or Mortgage

There are 579,876 occupied clear of any loan or mortgage housing units.

Total Vacant Housing Units

There are 318,581 vacant housing units. This is an increase of 112,043 units since the year 2000 when it had 206,538 vacant homes. It's an increase of 146,239 units since the year 1990 when it had 172,342 vacant homes. There was an increase of 34,196 units between 1990 and 2000. Of Tennessee's 318,581 vacant housing units, 30.88% are for rent home units, 1.25% are rented - but not occupied homes, 14.84% are for sale housing units, 3.3% are sold - but not occupied homes, 19.8% are for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units, 0.12% are for migrant workers home units, and 30.53% are listed as vacant other units.

Vacant Units Listed For Rent

Tennessee has 98,370 for rent housing units. This is an increase of 33,894 units since the year 2000 when it had 64,476 for rent housing units. It's an increase of 35,514 units since the year 1990 when it had 62,856 for rent home units. There was an increase of 1,620 units between 1990 and 2000.

Rented, but Not Occupied Vacant Units

Tennessee has 3,980 rented - but not occupied housing units. This is a decrease of -10,858 units since the year 2000 when it had 14,838 rented - but not occupied home units.

Vacant Units Listed For Sale

There are 47,274 for sale housing units. This is an increase of 15,398 units since the year 2000 when it had 31,876 for sale housing units. It's an increase of 20,746 units since the year 1990 when it had 26,528 for sale housing units. There was an increase of 5,348 units between 1990 and 2000.

Sold, but Not Occupied Vacant Units

Tennessee has 10,518 sold - but not occupied housing units.

Vacant Units For Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use

There are 60,778 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units. This is an increase of 24,066 units since the year 2000 when it had 36,712 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use units. It's an increase of 37,389 units since the year 1990 when it had 23,389 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use homes. Tennessee saw an increase of 13,323 units between 1990 and 2000.

Vacant Units for Migrant Workers

Tennessee has 392 for migrant workers housing units. This is a decrease of -50 units since the year 2000 when it had 442 for migrant workers units. It's an increase of 92 units since the year 1990 when it had 300 for migrant workers homes. There was an increase of 142 units between 1990 and 2000.

Vacant Units Listed as an Other Status

Tennessee has 97,269 listed as vacant other housing units. This is an increase of 39,075 units since the year 2000 when it had 58,194 listed as vacant other homes. It's an increase of 52,967 units since the year 1990 when it had 44,302 listed as vacant other home units. Tennessee saw an increase of 13,892 units between 1990 and 2000.