New-Home Sales

New-Home Sales Begin to Dip in September

The growth rate of newly built single-family homes has begun to slow.


Majority of Remodelers Report Lumber, Other Material Shortages

The rising cost of lumber and disrupted supply chains continue to affect nearly all areas of the industry.

Market Data + Trends

September Existing-Home Sales Overview: 21% Year-Over-Year Growth

Housing market activity for existing homes jumped 9.4% in September compared to August, according to the National Ass

Market Data + Trends

September Starts Continue Historic Climb

Residential construction continues to make its case for being a beacon for economic recovery as the pace of single-family starts in September was the highest production rate since the pre-crash summer of 2007.

Market Data + Trends

Which States Have the Most Second Homes?

Second homes, defined as non-rental property that is not the owner's principal residence, accounted for 5.5% of the n

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