Housing starts remain on a long-term growth path after moving sideways for about two and a half years following the housing crash, Calculated Risk’s Bill McBride reports, citing Census Bureau figures showing single-family housing starts were up 6 percent from February to March to an annual rate of 635,000 per year, a 2 percent increase from a year ago.

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Source: CalculatedRiskBlog.com.

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