Record-High 3Q Homes for Sale New Construction

Redfin, Seattle, reported new construction took up a record percentage of housing inventory in the third quarter, partly filling a gap left by hesitant existing homeowners as the housing market slows.

Builder Confidence Falls 10th Straight Month

Builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes fell by eight points in October—its 10th straight monthly drop to the lowest level in 10 years, the National Association of Home Builders reported Tuesday.

September Builder Apps Down 13% from Year Ago

Mortgage applications for new home purchases in September fell by 7 percent from August and by 13.2 percent a year ago, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported Tuesday.

September Builder Apps Down 13% from Year Ago

Mortgage applications for new home purchases in September fell by 7 percent from August and by 13.2 percent a year ago, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported Tuesday.

MBA Builder Applications Survey Up 17% from July

The Mortgage Bankers Association Builder Applications Survey reported mortgage applications for new home purchases in August rose by 17 percent from July—the first monthly increase in four months—but fell by 10.1 percent from a year ago.

MBA Builder Applications Survey Up 17% from July

The Mortgage Bankers Association Builder Applications Survey reported mortgage applications for new home purchases in August rose by 17 percent from July—the first monthly increase in four months—but fell by 10.1 percent from a year ago.

MBA Builder Applications Survey Falls for 4th Straight Month

The Mortgage Bankers Association Builder Applications Survey reported mortgage applications for new home purchases in July fell by 16.1 percent from a year ago, marking the fourth consecutive monthly decrease.

MBA Builder Applications Survey Falls for 4th Straight Month

The Mortgage Bankers Association Builder Applications Survey reported mortgage applications for new home purchases in July fell by 16.1 percent from a year ago, marking the fourth consecutive monthly decrease.