### Housing Units By Status

#### Total Housing Units

Texas has 9,977,436 total housing units. This is an increase of 1,819,861 units since the year 2000 when it had 8,157,575 total home units. It's an increase of 2,968,437 units since the year 1990 when it had 7,008,999 total homes. There was an increase of 1,148,576 units between 1990 and 2000. Of the 9,977,436 total housing units, 89.43% are occupied units, and 10.57% are vacant home units.

#### Total Occupied Housing Units

There are 8,922,933 occupied housing units. This is an increase of 1,529,579 units since the year 2000 when it had 7,393,354 occupied housing units. It's an increase of 2,851,996 units since the year 1990 when it had 6,070,937 occupied units. There was an increase of 1,322,417 units between 1990 and 2000. Of Texas's 8,922,933 occupied housing units, 41.79% are occupied with a loan or mortgage home units, 36.28% are renter occupied units, and 21.93% are occupied clear of any loan or mortgage units.

##### Renter Occupied Housing Units

There are 3,237,580 renter occupied housing units. This is an increase of 561,185 units since the year 2000 when it had 2,676,395 renter occupied home units. It's an increase of 861,758 units since the year 1990 when it had 2,375,822 renter occupied units. Texas saw an increase of 300,573 units between 1990 and 2000.

##### Units Occupied with a Loan or Mortgage

There are 3,728,987 occupied with a loan or mortgage housing units.

##### Units Occupied Clear of Any Loan or Mortgage

There are 1,956,366 occupied clear of any loan or mortgage housing units.

#### Total Vacant Housing Units

Texas has 1,054,503 vacant housing units. This is an increase of 290,282 units since the year 2000 when it had 764,221 vacant housing units. It's an increase of 116,441 units since the year 1990 when it had 938,062 vacant home units. There was a decrease of -173,841 units between 1990 and 2000. Of Texas's 1,054,503 vacant housing units, 37.39% are for rent homes, 1.57% are rented - but not occupied units, 11.52% are for sale units, 2.89% are sold - but not occupied housing units, 19.79% are for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use homes, 0.21% are for migrant workers homes, and 26.64% are listed as vacant other housing units.

##### Vacant Units Listed For Rent

There are 394,310 for rent housing units. This is an increase of 145,070 units since the year 2000 when it had 249,240 for rent housing units. It's an increase of 39,465 units since the year 1990 when it had 354,845 for rent homes. Texas saw a decrease of -105,605 units between 1990 and 2000.

##### Rented, but Not Occupied Vacant Units

Texas has 16,509 rented - but not occupied housing units. This is a decrease of -33,116 units since the year 2000 when it had 49,625 rented - but not occupied homes.

##### Vacant Units Listed For Sale

Texas has 121,430 for sale housing units. This is an increase of 35,698 units since the year 2000 when it had 85,732 for sale units. It's a decrease of -1,060 units since the year 1990 when it had 122,490 for sale home units. Texas saw a decrease of -36,758 units between 1990 and 2000.

##### Sold, but Not Occupied Vacant Units

There are 30,437 sold - but not occupied housing units.

##### Vacant Units For Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use

There are 208,733 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units. This is an increase of 35,584 units since the year 2000 when it had 173,149 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use homes. It's an increase of 56,814 units since the year 1990 when it had 151,919 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use homes. Texas saw an increase of 21,230 units between 1990 and 2000.

##### Vacant Units for Migrant Workers

There are 2,209 for migrant workers housing units. This is a decrease of -1,244 units since the year 2000 when it had 3,453 for migrant workers homes. It's a decrease of -3,521 units since the year 1990 when it had 5,730 for migrant workers homes. Texas saw a decrease of -2,277 units between 1990 and 2000.

##### Vacant Units Listed as an Other Status

Texas has 280,875 listed as vacant other housing units. This is an increase of 77,853 units since the year 2000 when it had 203,022 listed as vacant other housing units. It's an increase of 42,380 units since the year 1990 when it had 238,495 listed as vacant other housing units. Texas saw a decrease of -35,473 units between 1990 and 2000.