Tennessee Housing Indicators

Updated November 2022

The Housing Indicators provided on this page aim to offer a clear snapshot of the state of housing in 108 geographies across the state including the entire state, its 95 counties, the three geographic regions of the state, and its nine development districts.

The data used in these indicators are either public-use data or are provided to THDA via our state and federal partners. On this page, you will find a drop-down menu that will allow you to select your geography of choice, which will yield a PDF of the various housing indicators specific to that geography. Also included on this page is a downloadable methodology that details each data source and the methods used to develop these indicators.

For some areas, some components within a graph or the entire graph may appear to be empty. This should be interpreted as the area having no members of that group, rather than as missing data. This is often the case with smaller counties across the state.

In this November 2022 update, three additional indicators are included including a Housing Opportunity Index, a Renter Index provided by the National Low-Income Housing Council, and tax assessment values provided by the TN Comptroller’s office, and other local partners across the state including KGIS.

These indicators use the most recently available data including ACS 2016-20 5-year estimates, 2021 home sales price data provided by the TN Comptroller’s Office, and 2021 HMDA data.

The methodology and sources for these indicators are updated regularly. For more details, please refer to the methodology linked below. For questions and clarifications, please email Adeel Farooqi. For comments, or ideas on how to improve this tool, please click here and fill out a survey.

Methodology and data sources

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