Fastest-Growing Places to Build: Counties

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Fastest-Growing Places to Build: Counties

January 01, 2003

 

Maricopa, Ariz.
53,367
Clark, Nev.
31,962
Harris, Texas
29,356
San Diego, Calif.
18,246
Riverside, Calif.
17,752
Travis, Texas
17,284
Mecklenburg, N.C.
16,912
Gwinnett, Ga.
15,269
Wake, N.C.
15,097
Los Angeles, Calif.
15,067
Orange, Calif.
15,052
Tarrant, Texas
14,538
Dallas, Texas
14,038
Miami-Dade, Fla.
13,817
Hillsborough, Fla.
13,601
Broward, Fla.
13,181
King, Wash.
13,003
Collin, Texas
12,505
Orange, Fla.
12,034
Palm Beach, Fla.
11,092
Bexar, Texas
10,579
Lee, Fla.
10,503
Fulton, Ga.
10,386
Franklin, Ohio
10,269
Williamson, Texas
10,103
Pima, Ariz.
10,034
Collier, Fla.
9,011
Will, Ill.
8,971
Sacramento, Calif.
8,966
Denton, Texas
8,918
Arapahoe, Colo.
8,757
Adams, Colo.
8,140
Cobb, Ga.
8,136
Douglas, Colo.
7,830
Santa Clara, Calif.
7,704
Shelby, Tenn.
7,692
DeKalb, Ga.
7,649
Placer, Calif.
7,644
Hidalgo, Texas
7,588
Snohomish, Wash.
7,570
Loudoun, Va.
7,562
San Bernardino, Calif.
7,142
Fairfax, Va.
6,963
Ocean, N.J.
6,660
Johnson, Kan.
6,603
Duval, Fla.
6,483
Contra Costa, Calif.
6,422
El Paso, Colo.
6,418
Cook, Ill.
6,362
San Joaquin, Calif.
6,348
Numerical increase in housing units from April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2001
Source: U.S. Census Bureau



 

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