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Single-Family Construction Exploding

Popular Economics Weekly

Starts on new houses climbed 3 percent in February to the second-highest level since 2007, reflecting pent-up demand in a steadily growing economy that builders are aiming to address. 501 more words

Weekly Financial News

Housing Starts Decline Due To Stronger Revisions

Today, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that there were 1,246,000 housing starts recorded for  January.  Revisions for December were larger, pushing starts up to 1,279,000, resulting in a decline in the month to month comparison of -2.6% 335 more words


Birmingham Residential Sales Healthy in October

Birmingham Area MLS* Monthly Observations for October 2016

October saw a continuation of the pick up in dollar and unit sales over last year. Prices seem to be increasing. 543 more words

Monthly Comments

Housing Sales, Prices Continue Skyward

The Mortgage Corner

The S&P Case Shiller Home Price Index continues to soar, with Seattle and Portland existing-home prices up double digits in a year, while Dallas and Denver are up some 8 percent annually. 537 more words

Weekly Financial News

Housing Starts Loses 2 Unit Push

Today the Census Bureau reported that housing starts for September fell to  9% below starts in August and to nearly 12% below starts from September of 2015  :  506 more words


China Enters Into The Middle East Arena – Episode 1050

From  by X22 Reporter

More layoffs and the economy continually collapses. Housing permits decline as housing continues to deteriorate. Trucking, shipping and port containers all decline as inventories build. 147 more words


Demographics & Housing Starts

In 2013- 2014, early in this economic cycle, I  attended a few economic conferences to get a feel what other people were saying about the status of the housing market. 785 more words