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New-Construction Projects

Single-Family Housing Starts Slowed in January, but Builder Sentiment Remains High

Single-family production recorded a slow start to 2023, but home builders are optimistic about improved market conditions later in the year

Single-Family Homes

Single-Family Permits Fell Sharply Throughout 2022

Single-family building permits decreased in all four regions in November 2022, but multifamily permitting closed out the year with strong gains

New-Construction Projects

As Builders Struggled to Find Lots, 9 Percent of All New Homes in 2021 Were Teardowns

An elevated share of new homes completed in 2021 involved a structure that had to be torn down and rebuilt

New-Construction Projects

A Record Number of Housing Units Were Under Construction in November

Single-family housing starts are declining, but a sharp rise in multifamily construction sent the total share of new housing starts to a record high in November

New-Construction Projects

As Homebuyer Demand Wanes, Single-Family Construction Is Slowing

After a period of speedy development in high density markets, single-family construction is slowing nationwide

Build to Rent

Despite Slow Growth in Q3 2022, the Single-Family Built-For-Rent Market Is Expanding

Single-family built-for-rent (SFBFR) construction tapered off in Q3 2022 after an exceptionally strong second quarter, but the market segment is steadily growing

New-Construction Projects

Over a Quarter of All Homes for Sale in Q3 Were New Construction

New construction accounted for 29% of all single-family homes for sale in the third quarter of 2022, the highest share in nearly a decade and a half

Single-Family Homes

Single-Family Square Footage Is Falling as Housing Affordability Concerns Mount

As housing prices surge, builders are delivering smaller and more affordable homes to a cost-conscious buyer pool 

New-Construction Projects

Single-Family Housing Starts Dropped to Two-Year Low in September

Home builders slowed their pace of new construction in September as higher interest rates continued to price out a growing share of would-be buyers

New-Construction Projects

Fed Economist Forecasts Uptick in Single-Family Construction

The housing market may be slowing, but senior economist Jordan Rappaport predicts an upcoming surge in single-family home building 

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