This map attempts to visualize Pima County’s respective distributions of residential property that is owner-occupied, and residential property that is not. The latter category consists almost entirely of rental property, but also includes a few other instances of non-owner-occupied property, such as vacation homes, certain group homes, and bed-and-breakfasts. It is represented in orange; the owner occupied property is represented in blue. To view this map in a separate, re-sizable window, click here.
Only residential property is represented on this map. Included in the white areas are public rights-of-way, government property, commercial property, agricultural property, and a number of other non-residential property types. This map distinguishes owner-occupied properties from other types based on their legal class, according to the Pima County Assessor’s records. For more information about legal classes, click here.