Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada have a whopping 1.5 million vacant homes

New Mexico and Arizona have about 1.2 million vacant houses, according to a new analysis of Census Bureau data.

In Nevada, which has the most vacant homes, the number was a whopping 3.5 percent.

The gap between the two states’ vacancy rates is likely to grow further as new homes go on the market.

The analysis is based on census data from 2000 and includes property tax data from 2005 through 2013.

Nevada is also a state with a history of rising home prices.

The state’s median price of $5,000 rose an average of 25 percent from 2000 to 2015, to more than $100,000, according a 2016 study by Real Clear Economics.

New Mexico’s median home price was $2,000 in 2015, up 18 percent from 1999, and the state’s vacancy rate was 0.7 percent, down from 1.4 percent in 2000, according the report.

The numbers are similar for Arizona.

In 2015, the median home value in the state was $1,700, up 24 percent from 1996, and it was 1.1 percent vacant, down 16 percent from 2007, according an analysis by RealClear Economics.

In 2017, the state had an overall vacancy rate of 0.6 percent, up 0.1 percentage points from last year.

The trend lines in the chart below show how the vacancy rates of these states compare with each other.