The Rocky Mountains and Self Storage Potential


The Rocky Mountains may be home to some of the most sparsely populated counties in the United States, but the self-storage capacity of three Western states either tops or approaches the national average, according to a TractIQ analysis.

The typical Idaho resident has 8.25 square feet of storage space – more than people in any other state and slightly more than the U.S. average of 8 square feet per capita. Montana ranks No. 2, with 8 square feet per capita, and Wyoming has the third-highest per-capita rate at 7.35.

Use TractIQ’s self-storage mapping capability to look at the per-capita self-storage square footage per capita for your state.



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Author: Frank Bass

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