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Hurricanes Impacting Housing Starts

Housing starts have fallen significantly according to a Census Bureau report on new residential construction. Experts parse through the numbers and explain the correlation of the dip with the recent hurricanes.

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Falling Home Starts Could Be Because of Warm Winter

It’s now the third month straight that U.S. homebuilding has fell—considering the U.S. is currently in a housing shortage, this isn’t good news. According to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau, this is the lowest level housing starts have been at in eight months. The biggest drop in housing starts was in the South and Midwest, while the West slightly rose and Northeast stayed stagnant.

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U.S. Census Releases Reports on Migration

The U.S. move rate has continued to stay at about 12 percent since 2008. This rate has held steady between 11.5 and 12.5 percent, and about 1 in 9 people moved between 2013 and 2014. That’s an estimated 35.7 million people who migrated over the U.S. during that year.

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