Housing starts won’t reach the historical average of 1M new units per month until at least 2022 or later, with the most pessimistic estimates stretching into 2029
by Marian McPherson | Sep 10
In the past 40 years, a year-over-year decline of 20% or more in single-family housing starts has preceded all but 1 of the 5 recessions
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 16
Home sales are down 1.7% compared to a year ago
by Veronika Bondarenko | Aug 13
Permit activity picks up, especially in the singe-family sector
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 18
'The demand for workers is there but people are not coming into the industry,' NAR Chief Economist says
by Patrick Kearns | May 6
Housing completions are up month-over-month and year-over-year, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau and HUD
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 8
Realtor.com says Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Phoenix, Arizona, will be among the places with the biggest increases in home prices and sales
by Marian McPherson | Jan 3
Housing starts, permits and completions are all up over October according to the U.S. Census Bureau
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 18
Not much new building relief on the way for a market still marred by low inventory, according to new US Census data
by Patrick Kearns | Nov 20
In face of historic inventory shortage, privately-owned housing starts jumped 9.2% month-over-month and 9.4% year-over-year
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 19
1.27 million new building permits were issued last month
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jul 18
Despite declines in 3 key housing market indicators, most real estate economists say nay to the bubble — but one argues an 'apartment bubble' is gaining momentum
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 6
Good news for an inventory-challenged market, but a shortfall of new permits could spell trouble down the line
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 19
Privately-owned housing starts are down 3.7 percent from March, led by a nearly 13 percent drop in multifamily
by Marian McPherson | May 16
62% of homeowners don't plan on moving from their current residence
by Marian McPherson | Apr 30