Census: Construction of ‘Moderately Sized’ Single-Family Homes Still Low

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June 05, 2015

The U.S. Census Bureau’s Characteristics of New Housing Units Completed/Sold for 2014 report showed that there weren’t many “moderately-sized and priced homes built,” Calculated Risk Blog reports.

“Those looking for an eventual rebound in single-family housing production to more “normal” unit levels should realize that such a rebound is extremely unlikely without a major increase in the production of smaller, more moderately priced homes,” Calculated Risk Blog writer Bill McBride contends.

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