Category Archives: Housing Starts

Single-Family Housing Starts Fade In July

Sometimes, you need to look deeper than the headlines to get the news that matters. This basic truth’s latest example comes from the July Housing Starts data, as published by the U.S. Census Bureau. Continue reading

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Housing Starts Ease 0.7 Percent In June — 7x Better Than The Headline Data

Single-family Housing Starts eased lower last month, falling by 0.7 percent from May, or 3,000 units nationwide. Continue reading

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Good News For Sellers : Housing Starts Fall To 1-Year Low In May 2010

Single-family housing starts plummeted to a one-year low in May, just 30 days after soaring to a 20-month high. It’s no wonder home builders are confused. Continue reading

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Housing Starts Rise In April, Exerting Downward Pressure On Home Prices

Home prices are based on housing’s supply and demand. For the next few months, supply should elevate, helping prices remain suppressed, after which, supply should dwindle. The best time to buy a home, therefore, may be right this very minute. Continue reading

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