Fastest-Growing Places to Build: States

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Fastest-Growing Places to Build: States

January 01, 2003

 

Texas
198,236
Florida
174,044
California
159,962
Georgia
117,179
North Carolina
106,544
Arizona
78,129
Colorado
66,363
Virginia
55,702
Michigan
54,517
Ohio
52,777
Illinois
51,926
Tennessee
47,699
Indiana
47,606
Washington
45,226
South Carolina
44,515
Pennsylvania
44,381
New York
41,535
Nevada
39,337
New Jersey
37,545
Minnesota
36,781
Wisconsin
35,098
Missouri
34,699
Alabama
33,116
Maryland
29,637
Kentucky
28,263
Oregon
23,757
Mississippi
21,809
Utah
21,691
Louisiana
18,477
Arkansas
17,099
Massachusetts
15,587
Oklahoma
15,467
Kansas
15,049
New Mexico
14,818
Idaho
13,431
Iowa
12,932
Nebraska
9,695
Connecticut
9,322
New Hampshire
8,074
Maine
7,405
Hawaii
6,436
South Dakota
5,199
Delaware
4,943
West Virginia
4,279
Vermont
2,944
Montana
2,728
North Dakota
2,325
Rhode Island
2,270
Wyoming
2,202
Alaska
2,017
District of Columbia
-1,280
Numerical increase in housing units from April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2001
Source: U.S. Census Bureau



 

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