Construction authorizations for single-family homes continue falling

Housing Sales slumped 8.5% from one year ago, the lowest sales since 2015. Prices still rose another 2.8% to a median of $247,500 nationwide. The real story was the drop in lower priced homes as depicted in this graphic from NAR. With low mortgage rates, it’s believed sales will once again grow. 60,000 more homes were on the market.

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"While demand for single-family homes remains sound, builders continue to report rising development and construction costs, with some additional concerns over trade issues," NAHB Chairman Greg.

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Home New construction surges – but not for single-family. Real Estate. Single-family authorizations decreased 5.5% from 889,000 in February to 840,000 authorizations in March.

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Why single-family home construction May Still Be Too High. by Peter Thomas Ricci September 23, 2014. We keep hearing how depressed single-family construction is and that we need more new homes, but is that really the case? In 2013, there were 618,000 single-family housing starts, and we’re currently operating at a rate of roughly 622,000 in 2014.

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Study Finds Green Home Building Continues to Gain Traction. the study shows that green homes are continuing to gain market share.. and the unwillingness of consumers to pay more for green construction. Single family builders agree about the challenge of consumers not being willing to pay.

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When it comes to new home building activity, 2017 turned out to be the best year for permits, starts, and completions in a decade. The continued climb was led by single-family homes, which was exactly the type of new inventory frustrated homebuyers yearned for last year. Elevated levels of homebuilders’ confidence combined with persistent low inventory should make [.]