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HUD Releases Housing Data for August
Privately owned housing units authorized by building permits in August were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 998,000. This is 5.6% (±1.4%) below the revised July rate of 1,057,000 and is 5.3% (±1.7%) above the August 2013 estimate of 948,000.
posted 9/18/14 10:36 AM read complete story
HUD, Census Bureau Report New Home Sales for June
Sales of new single-family houses in July 2014 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 412,000, according to estimates released jointly this week by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
posted 8/26/14 09:19 AM read complete story
Apartment Market Continues Strong Growth
The U.S. apartment market continued its amazingly strong 2014 in July, as effective rent growth increased once again, occupancy remained steady and fewer concessions were offered, according to Axiometrics’ monthly apartment market trends report.
posted 8/20/14 11:13 AM read complete story
Housing Starts Surge after Building Confidence Rises
Building permits increased 8.1% from June to July and housing starts in July were up 15.7% from June.
posted 8/20/14 11:02 AM read complete story
Obama Administration Unveils June Housing Scorecard
The latest data show progress among key indicators, including growing equity and a rebound in the sale of new and existing homes. While this scorecard notes positive overall trends in the housing market, officials caution that more work needs to be done as the economy recovers from the Great Recession.
posted 7/10/14 6:21 PM read complete story
Millennials Seen as Key to Housing Recovery
Cash-strapped, job-starved Millennials born during the 20-year span surrounding the turn of the century are key to recovery of the housing market from the crash of 2008. The finding is the core of the annual study of housing by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. The State ...
posted 7/4/14 5:14 PM read complete story
HUD, City, Housing Authority Settle Claims of Discrimination
The Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) has reached agreements with the city of Ansonia, CT, and the Ansonia Housing Authority (AHA) in New Haven County, settling allegations that the city and the housing authority discriminated against African Americans, Hispanics, and families with children.
posted 6/10/14 6:54 PM read complete story
Has the Housing Recovery Hit a Bump?
Recent housing numbers have not been in the recovery’s favor. With mortgage applications the lowest rate the United States has seen in nearly four years and home prices increasing sharply, it’s no surprise potential homeowners are wary.
posted 5/8/14 1:49 PM read complete story
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