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Housing Starts Fall Sharply in January on Soft Multifamily Activity

Starts fell nearly 15% on a month-over-month basis in January, while permit... More

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Housing Starts Hit Lowest Level Since June 2020

Multifamily starts declined dramatically in August as the sector was impacted by... More

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ABODO: The Nation’s Top 19 Cost-Burdened Metros

Nearly half of all U.S. renters spend more than 30% of their income on rent. More

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Housing Offers a Bright Spot in Construction Spending

While the headline number was bleak, private residential projects offered solid gains in January. More

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A Happy New Year for Residential Starts and Architectural Inquiries

The year is off to a good start in terms of housing data. According to the U.S. Census Bureau and HUD, new residential construction permits, starts, and completions all grew more than expected in January. More

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Shift Toward Rental Slowed in Fourth Quarter, Census Bureau Finds

As last year drew to a close, the national median asking rent hit the highest level seen in decades. More

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Sitegeist Brings Demographic Data to Your Smartphone

A new app provides an instant statistical picture of the surrounding area. More

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North Dakota Ranks as Fastest-Growing State in the Country

The Sun Belt still claims most of the states with the highest number of new residents, according to recently released Census data. More

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