Housing Starts Rebound With 17.3% Increase
“With a staggering 32 million Americans collecting unemployment checks and lumber prices at a two-year high, a robust housing market is unlikely.”
U.S. Housing Starts Decline in June
The housing market continues to struggle despite lower mortgage rates.
U.S. Housing Starts Fall to Near 2-Year Low
“Waiting for construction activity to pick up after a sharp drop in mortgage rates is like waiting for Godot."
Housing Starts Fall to Lowest Level in a Year
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma were partly to blame for the September slump, with housing starts down 9.3% in the storm-ravaged South.
U.S. Housing Starts Fall 0.3% After April Surge
Despite the decline in May, the pace of home building remains well ahead of last year amid steady demand from buyers.
U.S. Housing Starts, Building Permits Languish
Privately-owned housing starts rose 14% over 2015, but were nearly 9% below February's revised numbers, said the Commerce Department.
U.S. Housing Starts Drop 3.8% in January
Economists say the fundamentals of the housing market remain strong and the January decline may only be a temporary setback.
Housing Starts Pick up 10.5% in November
The surge, reflecting in part a 7.6% jump in single-family housing starts, makes up for the 12% decline in October.
Housing Starts Fall in October, Permits Surge
Despite the October drop, housing starts have topped 1 million units for seven straight months, indicating a continuing recovery.
Housing Starts Surged in April
One important sector of the U.S. economy appears to have rebounded from a slow winter.
Top Brick Maker’s CFO Sees U.S. Housing Rebound
Despite recent slump in housing starts, Wienerberger's finance chief says it's merely a blip.