New Construction Projects

In a nutshell, the solution for housing affordability in the nation’s largest metros is simple: More housing needs to be built.

After analyzing seven years of data from the Census Bureau,…

The labor force is becoming younger in many places, which has led to some hiccups.

According to the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index survey, 63 percent of builders…

Total housing starts posted in increase in February, with a solid gain for single-family construction and ongoing elevated levels of multifamily development. A joint data release from the…

According to Trulia’s chief economist Ralph McLaughlin, new-home starts and and completions were up in February, growing by 3 percent and 5.4 percent year-over-year, respectively…

In San Diego, permits for single-family homes fell 23 percent in 2016, while multifamily construction permits saw a 19.6 percent increase over the year.

The Los Angeles Times…

Photo-driven social media platforms such as Pinterest and Instagram make it really easy to envy your neighbors and friends.

According to MarketWatch, a recent survey…

In Washington state, housing inventory dropped to 9,091 at the end of February, the first time it ​has ​ever f​allen​ below 10,000.

HousingWire reports that, according to recent statistics…

Once a status symbol and pillar of suburbia, McMansions are on the way out.

Business Insider reports that the sprawling, ostentatious, and cheaply built homes are no…

While the agriculture, retail, and manufacturing sectors have increased their productivity tenfold since 1945 in the U.S., the construction industry has only held steady.

Richard Florida…

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