- Information comes from the County Narrative Profile Report:
Labor Market and Career Information / Texas Workforce Commission
The total number of housing units in 2000 in Williamson County according the Census was 86,766 with an average household size of 2.8 persons. The average household size for Texas was 2.7 persons for the same period. Home ownership rates for this area was 74.2 percent compared to Texas statewide which had a rate of 63.8 percent. While in Texas statewide the percent of households with persons under 18 years of age in 2000 was 40.9 percent (this study area had a percent of 46.5). The percent of households with persons 65 years of age or older was 19.9 percent in Texas statewide while 14.1 percent of Williamson County had households with individuals 65 years of age and older.
The total number of housing units in 2010 was 3,755 representing a 145% increase since 2000, and a continued future increase of 31% is projected by 2015.
|Housing Units by Occupancy Status and Tenure||Census 2000||2010||2015|
|Total Housing Units||1,536||100.0%||3,755||100.%||4,915||100.0%|
|Owner Occupied Housing Units by Value||Census 2000||2010||2015|
Source: ESRI BAO
According to the 2000 Census, the median monthly owner costs for housing units with mortgage was $1,094, while the median monthly rent for the area was $530
|Census 2000 Specified Owner Occupied Housing Units by Selected Monthly Owner Costs|
|Median Monthly Owner Costs for Units with Mortgage||$1,094|
|Average Monthly Owner Costs for Units with Mortgage||$1,262|
|Census 2000 Specified Renter Occupied Housing Units by Contract Rent|
|Average Gross Rent (with Utilities)||$714|
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing.