Housing Starts

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NAHB: Multifamily Construction to Decline in 2024

Starts are expected to fall 20% this year to 379,000 units. More

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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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How Are Tighter Credit Standards Impacting Builders and Developers?

The Federal Reserve’s third quarter Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey unveils... 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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Over Half of the Total Multifamily Construction Pipeline Is in 15 Markets

While activity is notable in the Sun Belt, D.C., Los Angeles, and Philadelphia,... More

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JCHS: High Rates Continue to Hold Back Home Buyers

Elevated home prices and rents are causing homeownership to remain out of reach... More

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The Housing Shortage Continues to Grow as New Households Form

A new analysis reveals that the U.S. is not building enough homes to account for... More

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Annual Report Forecasts Home Prices and Rents to Cool Amid Rising Rates and Production Increases

Rising interest rates, double-digit home price appreciation, and an imbalance of... More

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The Rising Build-to-Rent Market Boom

Single-family and multifamily players embrace the build-to-rent asset class. More

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New Residential Construction Continues Its Steady Climb

September starts are roughly 11% higher than last year, and completions are up 26%. More

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