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Tag Archives: Single-Family Homes

Can Builders Keep up With Demand?

Here’s what experts—interpreting data from the Census Bureau’s latest housing starts survey—had to say about how the spring season is likely to pan out for homebuilders and buyers.

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What’s Holding Back Housing Starts?

The latest data on housing starts released by the Census Bureau was disappointing for many analysts. Here are the factors that experts think are impacting the construction of new homes despite a strong construction labor market and rising builder confidence.

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Where are Homes Selling for Millions?

Some lucky home sellers have made a serious killing at the closing table since the turn of the century. Just how many? That’s the million-dollar question … and one a data provider set out to answer.

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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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