Research contradicts recent housing starts and builder confidence data

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July 21, 2014

Contrary to recently reported data, research from John Burns Real Estate Consulting indicates that single-family housing starts rose 4 percent, rather than declining by 1 percent according to the Census Bureau. The firm also believes that builder confidence dropped slightly, rather than increasing as shown by the NAHB’s builder confidence numbers.

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