Here’s a chart about the rising vacancy rate for single-family homes (in general) around the US.
It comes from this interesting article about whether or not there’s an oversupply of single-family homes. Here’s the punchline:
In fact, it turns out that it isn’t only economically struggling areas that have stubbornly high single-family vacancy rates. Many faster growing metros overbuilt during the bubble still have lots of vacant homes.
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