Inventory building. slow growth moving forward until the pace of sales catches up. Housing is stuck in the mud. Starts edged lower in June by 0.9% to an annual rate of 1.253 million, while.
Housing Starts, Permits Up in November. Building permits were up 5% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,328,000, 0.4% above the November 2017 rate of 1,323,000.. These results also.
6/20/19 – final annual estimates for 2018 of housing units authorized by building permits for the U.S. and by Census Region, Census Division, state, metropolitan area, county, and permit-issuing place are now available. revised monthly estimates for the U.S. and Census Regions for the prior year which have been "benchmarked" to the final annual totals are also released.
This is down 4.7% from August’s 1.18 million starts, but remains up 6.1% from 1.06 million last year.. Privately owned housing units authorized by building permits decreased to 1.22 million.
“The housing starts were a little weaker but the building permits were definitely significantly weaker,” said Justin Lederer, an interest rates strategist at Cantor Fitzgerald in New York. Benchmark.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) – U.S. builders started work on new homes in March at a sharply slower pace, but the number of construction permits jumped to their. for the entire drop last month. Housing.
Of the reports released, housing starts declined and building permits inched up, home price appreciation continues to slow down, and pending home sales increased. After several months of delays due to the partial government shutdown, the December housing starts and building permits report was released on Tuesday.
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Housing starts roar back even as builder permits fall to 15-month low. For the year to date, starts are up 6.9% compared to the same period a year ago.. "Permits have clearly faded from.
OTTAWA – Signs of a cooling in the Canadian housing market piled up on Tuesday as both the pace of housing starts and building permits slowed. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said the pace of.
Only about 122,000 permits were issued in the Northeast, down 10.3% from March but up 13% from a year earlier. Housing starts also dipped 2.6% in April from March, but were up slightly by 0.7%.