Housing Starts Hit Lowest Level Since June 2020
Multifamily starts declined dramatically in August as the sector was impacted by...
Lease-to-Own Provides Strategy for Homeownership
Model helps low-income households eventually buy the home they're renting.
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.
Housing Offers a Bright Spot in Construction Spending
While the headline number was bleak, private residential projects offered solid gains in January.
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.
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.
Sitegeist Brings Demographic Data to Your Smartphone
A new app provides an instant statistical picture of the surrounding area.
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.
Housing Permits Hit Four-Year High in November
Starts, however, did poorly, led by a significant drop in single-family.