Housing starts in the South plunge by 29.6 percent

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July 17, 2014

Amid talk about housing's recent snapback and promising outlook, an unexpected 9.3 percent plunge nationally in starts startled many. Business Insider reports that the negative numbers belong mainly to the South, where there is a shortage of labor and lots.
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