Industry Data & Research

Industry data and research for professional home builders and remodelers.



Features
July 13, 2000

May 2000 total housing starts were at a seasonally-adjusted annualized level of 1.592 million units, down 3.9% from the April total and 3.5% lower than during May of 1999.

Features
July 11, 2000

April 2000 total housing starts were at a seasonally-adjusted annualized level of 1.663 million units, after averaging almost 1.8 million units (annualized) during the December 1999-February 2000 period.

Features
June 08, 2000

The Smith family of Carlsbad, Calif., exists only on paper as a researcher''s construct of the average home buyer. They are the typical dual-income, two-child household

Features
May 30, 2000

Among 1999’s top 10 areas in terms of sheer volume of new residential construction, only two - Atlanta and Chicago - have been able to build upon their totals through the first three months of this year.

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May 26, 2000

Single-family building permits in 1999 reached an all-time record of 1,231,811 as GDP hit 6.9% in fourth quarter.

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May 25, 2000

The top three states in terms of new residential permit volume - Florida, California, and Texas - accounted for 27.5% of all permits issued nationwide throughout the first three months of this year.

Features
May 24, 2000

April 2000 total housing starts were at a seasonally adjusted annualized level of 1.663 million units, after averaging almost 1.8 million units (annualized during the December 1999 -February 2000 period.

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May 08, 2000

March 2000 total housing starts were at a seasonally-adjusted annualized level of 1.604 million units, after exceeding 1.8 million units (annualized) during February. This was the lowest monthly level recorded since June of last year.

Features
May 08, 2000

The Labor Department’s construction materials composite price index rose by 0.4% between February and March of this year. This brought the March 2000 composite index to a level 2.4% above its reading for the third month of 1999.

Features
May 08, 2000

The Conference Board’s composite Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) fell for the third consecutive month during April, and is now at a level 5.4% lower than its record-high set during the first month of the new year.

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