Builders still on bumpy ride, but demand may have bottomed out
New-home starts took a hit in January but remain higher than they were in November. And builders see a path forward to stronger sales, according to a report from the US Census Bureau
by Daniel Houston Feb 16
New home starts fall sharply: 'The whole housing sector is in retreat'
The number of new construction projects for single-family homes dropped by 10% in July, the steepest decline of the year, according to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development
by Daniel Houston Aug 16
An economist's take on what can be done about housing affordability
The massive price growth many of us have benefitted from in the past several years has put a 'starter home' out of reach for many Americans
by Matthew Gardner Jun 30
Housing starts fall dramatically as builders fret over declining demand
Housing starts clocked in at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1,549,000, a 14.4% decline from revised April levels, according to the US Census Bureau and Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
by Ben Verde Jun 16
view of construction site and house foundation in preparation process
American homebuilders tallied 1,769,000 new housing starts in February 2022, a 6.8% uptick from January, according to data released Thursday by the US Census Bureau
by Ben Verde Mar 17