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What 2024 Holds for the Housing Market

"Metro markets in southern states will likely outperform others due to faster job increases, while markets in the Midwest will experience gains from being in the most affordable region,” said Lawrence Yun, the NAR’s Chief Economist.

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New Building Permit Numbers Beats Expectations

“U.S. housing starts in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.452 million, which is 3.9% above the downward revised June estimate of 1.398 million and is 5.9% above the July 2022 rate of 1.371 million,” First American Deputy Chief Economist Odeta Kushi said.

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May’s Housing Starts Rise Above Expectations

“U.S. housing starts in May came in above consensus expectations at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.63 million, which is 21.7% above the revised April estimate of 1.34 million and 5.7% above the May 2022 rate of 1.54 million,” said First American Economist Ksenia Potapov.

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Single-Family Permits Up Over 7% From January

“Single-family housing permits, a leading indicator of future starts, also increased 7.6% compared with the previous month. The uptick in single-family housing permits and starts aligns with the recent increase in homebuilder sentiment,” said First American Deputy Chief Economist Odeta Kushi.

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