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Vacant Housing Units in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeUnits
1Florida120001,431,159
2California060001,076,455
3Texas480001,047,668
4New York36000811,476
5North Carolina37000593,361
6Pennsylvania42000521,126
7Michigan26000515,569
8Georgia13000446,689
9Ohio39000415,021
10Illinois17000396,101
11Arizona04000336,177
12Alabama01000323,134
13South Carolina45000310,600
14Virginia51000304,626
15Missouri29000304,463
16Tennessee47000297,899
17Louisiana22000296,276
18Wisconsin55000279,234
19New Jersey34000268,119
20Indiana18000250,687
21Massachusetts25000238,527
22Washington53000233,526
23Minnesota27000225,677
24Colorado08000205,621
25Oklahoma40000203,552
26Kentucky21000194,999
27Mississippi28000194,424
28Maryland24000183,073
29Arkansas05000179,528
30Maine23000146,359
31Oregon41000133,009
32Nevada32000130,432
33West Virginia54000125,345
34Kansas20000117,277
35New Mexico35000108,525
36Iowa19000107,461
37Connecticut09000106,657
38Utah4900099,047
39New Hampshire3300091,351
40Idaho1600079,817
41Hawaii1500073,231
42Montana3000065,095
43Delaware1000063,470
44Vermont5000061,908
45Nebraska3100060,674
46Alaska0200054,586
47North Dakota3800046,241
48South Dakota4600039,709
49Rhode Island4400039,329
50District of Columbia1100033,892
51Wyoming5600033,785

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

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