U.S. housing - cities with the highest vacancy rates 2012

The statistic represents the cities with the highest vacancy rates in the United States in 2012, sorted by city. In Memphis, the vacancy rate for rental housing units stood at approximately 15 percent.

U.S. cities with the highest vacancy rates as of July 2012, based on a weighted average of rental and homeowner vacancies*

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Sources

Release date

July 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011 and 2012*

Supplementary notes

* 12-month average; the source does not specify the exact time period during which the data were collected.

According to the source, this list includes 10 cities with the most vacancies, using a weighted ranking of both rental and homeowner vacancies based on a 12-month average of both kinds of vacancy rates to smooth out sampling errors. Weights are assigned to rental and homeowner vacancies according to the national proportion of homes to rental properties in the U.S.

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