Single-family housing starts fell in the Northeast, but rose in the Midwest, West and South. Building permits tumbled 6.1% to a rate of 1.220 million units in June, the lowest level since May 2017. Permits have been weak this year, with much of the decline concentrated in the single-family housing segment.
US housing starts, building permits fall in January U.S. housing starts unexpectedly fell in January likely as bad weather disrupted building projects in some parts of the country, in what could.
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January’s drop came entirely in the market for single-family houses, with starts falling 6.7 percent month-on-month to an annual rate of 678,000. Multifamily starts, meanwhile, climbed 7.5 percent.
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U.S. housing starts, permits fall in December WASHINGTON – U.S. housing starts and permits fell in December after hefty gains the prior month, adding to a raft of weak data that have raised.
After a hot start to the year with January housing starts and permits blowing away expectations, both numbers for February came in below expectations. Permits were 1,298,000, slightly below the consensus of 1,322,000 but still a relatively strong number and 6.5% higher than last year.
Housing Starts: 1,269,000 housing completions: 1,213,000 Next Release: July 17, 2019 Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate Source: U.S. Census Bureau, HUD, June 18, 2019 building permits privatelyowned housing units authorized by building permits in May were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,294,000.
After months of declines, both building permits and housing starts posted gains in February, according to monthly statistics from the U.S. Department of Commerce released March 17. Housing starts of single-family homes and apartments rose 22.2% in February to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 583,000, compared with a revised January estimate of 477,000.
May’s housing start numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau look bad at first blush. When you dig deeper, it’s worse. Housing starts and permits missed expectations, and they fell the most since January ..
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Housing starts and building permits continue to lag far behind the numbers recorded one year ago according to monthly data issued on Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau and The Department of.
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We see new housing data ahead of the bell this morning, with the February read on Housing Starts and Building Permits. Both sides of domestic housing. and the downwardly revised 1.27 million in.
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