This study uses linked American Housing Survey data over the period
1985-2009 to examine the characteristics of units that change
tenure between owner-occupied and renter-occupied, in either
direction. It finds that the most important distinguishing
characteristics are structure type and size. Single-family attached
units have a higher incidence of tenure change than single-family
detached units or units in multiunit structures. Smaller units, as
measured by number of bedrooms, have a higher incidence of tenure
change than larger units. Units tend to maintain the same tenure
for long spans of time. There is a higher incidence of units that
change tenure, as well as a higher incidence of renter-occupied
units in general, in metropolitan areas that are undergoing rapid
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