Empty Unit vs. Vacant Unit

Empty Unit vs. Vacant Unit



An “empty unit” is a unit that has never been occupied. A “vacant unit” is a qualified low-income unit that's no longer occupied.

It's natural to think that these terms refer to the same concept, since they're normally synonymous, admits tax credit expert A.J. Johnson. But under the tax credit law they have special meanings.

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