Wednesday , 20 January 2021


Residential Construction Reflects ‘Record-High Builder Optimism’

The U.S. Census Bureau released its construction statistics for September, recording a 1.9% increase in housing starts compared to August. Single-family residential starts rose 8.5% over the month to 1.1 million annualized units, a level not seen since 2007.’s Chief Economist George George Ratiu credits “record-high builder optimism” and a “strong wave of buyer demand” … The post Residential Construction …

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How Interest Rates are Impacting Housing

According to analysts, recent housing start data is an indicator that the housing recession that started at the beginning of 2018 is over and the recovery is in full swing. The post How Interest Rates are Impacting Housing appeared first on DSNews.

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