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Housing Inventory Estimate: Year-Round Vacant Housing Units for the United States

2015:Q1: 12,828 Thousands of Units  
Quarterly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, EYRVACUSQ176N, Updated: 2015-04-28 9:41 AM CDT
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Beginning in 1990, year-round vacant mobile homes were included as part of the year-round vacant count of housing units. Year-round units are those intended for occupancy at any time of the year, even though they may not be in use the year round. In resort areas, a housing unit which is usually occupied on a year-round basis is considered a year-round unit. As indicated above, year-round units temporarily occupied by persons with usual residence elsewhere are included with year-round vacant units.

Source: US. Bureau of the Census

Release: Housing Vacancies and Homeownership

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US. Bureau of the Census, Housing Inventory Estimate: Year-Round Vacant Housing Units for the United States [EYRVACUSQ176N], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/EYRVACUSQ176N/, July 6, 2015.





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