Economics



Features
March 08, 2000

The total number of residential permits issued nationwide during the first month of this year was a slight 0.5% lower than in January 1999.

Features
March 08, 2000

January 2000 total housing starts were at a seasonally-adjusted annualized level of 1.775 million units, the best monthly level recorded since January 1999.

Features
March 08, 2000

The Labor Department’s construction materials composite price index rose by 0.5% between December 1999 and January of this year.

Features
March 01, 2000

The Labor Department’s construction materials composite price index rose by 0.2% between November and December of last year.

Features
March 01, 2000

Preliminary numbers for the full year of 1999 show a pattern of the single-family sector doing much better than the multifamily residential construction market.

Features
March 01, 2000

The Conference Board’s composite Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) climbed to a record-high during the first month of the new year.

Features
December 01, 1999

panelized construction of homes is poised to become a more important part of the prefabricated housing segment over the next few years, a new forecast says.

Features
December 01, 1999

The Labor Department's construction materials composite price index fell by 0.8% between August and September, the second straight month of decline following three consecutive months of increase.

Features
November 02, 1999

If recent new-home sales figures indicate a slight economic downturn, that may be good news for the industry in terms of bringing material supply closer to demand, says NAHB chief economist David Seiders.

Features
November 01, 1999

Residential building permits nationwide were issued at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 1.612 million units during august 1999.

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