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Millennial Homebuyers Go on a Shopping Spree

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The Census Bureau released its second quarter homeownership and vacancy data, revealing a jump in the homeownership rates among young Americans from last year. What is driving more millennials to the housing market?

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Home Wasn’t Built in a Day

From permit stage to home sweet home, it took an average of 7.5 months to complete construction of a single-family house last year, an annual survey reveals, but some U.S. regions saw that wait time reach into the double digits.

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Construction Spending on the Rise

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Latest data from the Census Bureau pointed to an increase in spending on construction, signaling more houses being built. Will this trend sustain given the rising lumber tariffs?

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Deep Diving Into New Home Sales

New Home Sales

New Home sales are rising but will the growing numbers sustain? Here’s what experts are saying about the factors that can impact new home sales as the industry moves into the peak homebuying season.

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Is the Single-family Market Losing Steam?

Though housing starts for single-family homes improved slightly in April, they remained below the 900,000 mark for the sixth consecutive month. Experts weigh in on what these numbers mean for supply relief in housing.

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The Week Ahead: Focus on Housing Starts

This week, the Census Bureau and HUD will release the monthly housing starts for April, which will indicate overall trends in the housing market. Here’s what else is happening in the Week Ahead.

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