Housing starts improved slightly in March, thanks to a bump in multifamily starts, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.
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November Housing Starts Rise for 3rd Straight Month
November housing starts rose for the third straight month, boosted by builder confidence and strong consumer demand, HUD and the Census Bureau reported yesterday.
September Housing Starts Post Modest Increase
Housing starts in September rose modestly following a red-hot summer, HUD and the Census Bureau reported yesterday.
After Strong Summer, August Housing Starts Underwhelm
Housing starts—one of the bright spots in a red-hot summer housing market—faltered in August, HUD and the Census Bureau reported yesterday, although most of the decline took place in multifamily.
With Wind at Its Back, Housing Starts Continue Summer Surge
Housing starts posted double-digit increases for the second straight month, HUD and the Census Bureau reported yesterday, to its highest level since February.
Housing Starts Post Healthy June Gain
July has been a good month for the housing industry thus far; HUD and the Census Bureau kept the momentum going Friday with a positive report on housing starts.
May Housing Starts Post Modest Increase
HUD and the Census Bureau yesterday reported May housing starts improved by 4.3 percent, stopping a two-month freefall in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
April Housing Starts Follow Now-Familiar COVID-19 Pattern
Housing starts, which fell by more than 22 percent in March, fell by another 30 percent in April to the lowest level since 2013 as the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic slammed home.
‘Coronavirus Effect’ Takes Aim at March Housing Starts
The economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic showed up in March housings starts, which fell by more than 22 percent, HUD and the Census Bureau reported yesterday.
Calm Before the Storm? February Housing Starts Dip 1.5%, Pre-Coronavirus
HUD and the Census Bureau reported privately owned housing starts in February fell slightly to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.599 million—a not discouraging number, analysts said, ahead of the yet-to-be-seen impact of the coronavirus pandemic.