September Existing Home Sales Jump 7%

Existing home sales came roaring back in September, rising by 7 percent with all four regions posting strong monthly gains, the National Association of Realtors reported Thursday.

September Housing Starts Slip; Pipeline Remains Strong

Housing starts fell slightly in September, the Census Bureau reported Wednesday, a blip in what has otherwise been a much improved year that, given supply chain issues, could have been even stronger.

August New Home Sales Pick Up the Pace

New home sales rose in August for the second straight month and at the fastest pace since April, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Friday.

August Existing Home Sales Down 2%

Existing home sales fell in August, the first decline in three months, the National Association of Realtors reported Wednesday.

Housing Starts Post Solid August Increase

Home builders liked what they saw in August—HUD and the Census Bureau said August housing starts rose by nearly 4 percent from July, almost entirely by multifamily activity, and by more than 17 percent from a year ago.

July New Home Sales Post 1% Increase

New single‐family home sales posted a modest 1 percent increase in July amid more signs of a stabilizing housing market, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.

Existing Home Sales Post Modest July Increase

Existing home sales rose for the second straight month to their highest level since March, the National Association of Realtors reported Monday.

July Housing Starts Fall 7%

July housing starts fell by 7 percent, the Census Bureau reported yesterday, a disappointing result as home builders continue to be hamstrung by pipeline and labor shortages.

June New Home Sales Down 6.6%

June new home sales fell well below consensus expectations, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Monday, though analysts did not appear to be too worried by the results.

June New Home Sales Down 6.6%

June new home sales fell well below consensus expectations, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Monday, though analysts did not appear to be too worried by the results.