November 26, 2012:
More than 90 percent of housing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area is occupied, according to a recent report.
On Numbers, a Business Journals feature, analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey for 109 markets. DFW ranked No. 30 on a list of markets with the lowest housing vacancy for the nation.
DFW has a 9.19 percent vacancy rate, which means 232,786 vacant housing units of 2,532,937 total housing units, which includes houses, apartments and condominiums.
Seasonal homes can be classified as empty if their owners are not in residence when the Census Bureau conducts its survey.
San Jose took the top spot with 95.68%… Read more…