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Vacancy and Occupancy Status, Summary, 2011-2015 American Community Survey
County Place Occupied Vacant Total Vacancy Rate (%)Vacant Seasonal, etc. Units
Florida Florida 7300494 1794505 9094999 19.7 901561
Notes:  The American Community Survey (ACS) is based on an annual sample of US households and therefore is subject to error. This application uses 5-year average data (2011-2015) to increase sample size and reduce error. The margin of error provided is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. See American Community Survey: Multiyear Accuracy of the Data "-" indicates that a value is not statistically significant (margin of error is greater than estimate). "No statistically significant values found" indicates that few or no valid results are available in the selected geographic area.
Sources:  U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey 5-Year Summary File
Vacancy and Occupancy Status, Detail, 2011-2015 American Community Survey
County Place Vacancy Status Occupancy Status
For Rent For Sale Only Rented or Sold Not Occupied Seasonal,Recreational or Occasional Use For Migrant Workers Other Vacant Total Vacant Occupied VacantTotal Units
Florida Florida 253624 134967 109417 901561 4020 390916 1794505 7300494 1794505 9094999
Notes:  The American Community Survey (ACS) is based on an annual sample of US households and therefore is subject to error. This application uses 5-year average data (2011-2015) to increase sample size and reduce error. The margin of error provided is based on a 90% confidence level; that is, there is a 90% probability that the actual value falls within the range provided by subtracting and then adding the margin of error to the estimate. See American Community Survey: Multiyear Accuracy of the Data "-" indicates that a value is not statistically significant (margin of error is greater than estimate). "No statistically significant values found" indicates that few or no valid results are available in the selected geographic area.
Sources:  U.S. Census Bureau, 2011-2015 American Community Survey 5-Year Summary File