Single and Multifamily Housing Starts Surge in November

Thanks to a strong demand for new construction, housing starts across the United States have rebounded after a downturn in October.

Dec 23, 2021

Single-Family Home Construction Dips Slightly in October

Due to a confluence of materials scarcity and rising construction costs, single-family housing construction was down 0.7% in October.

Nov 23, 2021

Research Finds Single-Family Housing Starts Level Off in September

According to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau, overall housing starts were down 1.6% in September due in part to a decline in MDU production.

Oct 22, 2021

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August Housing Starts Increase 3.9% Thanks to Surge in Multifamily Housing Construction

After a difficult July, housing starts across the United States increased by 3.9% in August due in part to material price decreases and a focus on MDU housing.

Sep 27, 2021

Housing Starts Down 7% in July

Supply chain and labor shortages caused housing starts to decrease by 7% overall in July, with single-family starts decreasing 4.5%.

Sep 09, 2021

Outdoor Market Spurred by Record Rate of New Homes with Patios

61.4% of all new homes built in 2020 had an outdoor patio, a record rate, which means likely means continued demand for outdoor technology.

Aug 30, 2021