Industry Data & Research

Industry data and research for professional home builders and remodelers.



Features
May 08, 2000

The total number of residential permits issued nationwide during the first quarter of this year was a slight 1.4% lower than in January-March of 1999.

Features
April 28, 2000

Nineteen-ninety-nine’s top two areas in terms of sheer volume of new residential construction - Atlanta and Phoenix - have moved in opposite directions during the early months of the new year.

Features
April 28, 2000

The nation’s unprecedented nine-year period of economic expansion has been good to a lot of industries, the housing industry included.

Features
April 03, 2000

American builders and their customers have shouldered the burden of cost increases resulting from a trade pact called the Softwood Lumber Agreement.

Features
April 03, 2000

The top two areas in terms of sheer volume of new residential construction - Atlanta and Phoenix - in 1999 got off to dramatically different starts during the first month of the new year.

Features
April 03, 2000

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

Features
March 31, 2000

Every child born in the U.S. this year inherits a very unwelcome legacy from their Uncle Sam - a debt of almost $14,000.

Features
March 31, 2000

Nineteen-ninety-nine’s top two areas in terms of sheer volume of new residential construction were Atlanta and Phoenix.

Features
March 16, 2000

Contrary to the national findings, New York City experienced a large increase in first-time buyer market share, to 56.9% versus the national average of 44.7%.

Features
March 08, 2000

The Conference Board’s composite Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) fell slightly in February from its record-high set during the first month of the new year.

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