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Wall Street Journal

Housing Starts Tumble - WSJ
Wall Street Journal
U.S. housing starts declined in February, returning to a long-term trend of modest improvement in single-family construction and a slowdown in apartment building.
US February housing starts fell 7% after January surgeUSA TODAY

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Is the Decline in Housing Starts & Permits Damaging Enough?
Housing starts and building permits declined 7% and 5.7%, respectively, in February after registering impressive growth in January. Meanwhile, construction costs escalated in the month, driven by price increases of several building materials including ...

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US Housing Starts Cooled in February After Robust January
U.S. new-home construction cooled by more than expected in February on a reversal in the volatile multifamily category, while building remained on pace to contribute to economic growth this quarter, government figures showed Friday. Highlights of ...
Housing starts cooled in February after robust JanuaryNational Mortgage News
Housing Starts Cooled in February After Robust January | Transport ...Transport Topics Online
Feb. housing starts cooled after robust JanuaryBond Buyer

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RisMedia.com (press release)

Housing Starts Soften
RisMedia.com (press release)
February's home-building receded, with housing starts softening 7 percent and totaling 1.24 million, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Notably, single-family starts ...

Mortgage Professional America

26% drop in multifamily hits housing starts
Mortgage Professional America
The pace of US housing starts was down 7% in February from the previous month as a slump in the multifamily sector overshadowed gains for single-family homes. The HUD and Commerce Dept. reported that overall housing production slipped to a seasonally ...
Multifamily Slowdown Pushes Down Total U.S. Housing Starts in ...World Property Journal

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The Real Deal Magazine

US housing starts dropped in February
The Real Deal Magazine
They fell 7 percent compared to January thanks to weaknesses in multifamily construction, hitting an annual rate of about 1.2 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. Permits for residential buildings also fell 5.7 percent to an annual pace of ...


Housing inventory relief could be coming soon
Although current housing inventory continues to slip, driving up home prices and limiting homebuyers across the U.S., one expert says that could all be about to change. After analyzing February's housing starts data, First American Financial Corp ...

Money Magazine

This One Indicator Has Predicted Every Recession Since 1960—and It's Flashing a Warning
Money Magazine
First, housing — and all of the ancillary spending associated with the purchase of a home, including renovation and remodeling costs and utilities — is a huge part of the economy. It represents roughly one-sixth of total U.S. GDP. Moreover, “housing ...


Housing starts unexpectedly fall, multifamily sector to blame
The February 2018 joint report by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on new residential construction is a mixed bag. Although overall starts took quite a hit — a surprise given January's solid 10 percent ...
US housing starts fall on weak multi-family segmentReuters
Housing Starts and Permits Roll Back January GainsMortgage News Daily
US Housing Starts Pull Back More Than Expected In FebruaryNasdaq
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