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Commerce Department

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Inventory Relief? Housing Starts Top 1 Million

Inventory Relief? Housing Starts Top 1 Million

Shilpi Paul | Apr 16th

Housing starts rose to a seasonally-adjusted rate of 1.036 million in March, according to the Commerce Department's monthly residential construction r... read»

Housing Starts Hit 4-Year High

Housing Starts Hit 4-Year High

UrbanTurf Staff | Nov 20th

In another sign that the housing market is regaining health, housing starts reached their highest level since 2008, according to a report out today. ... read»

New Home Sales At Highest Level in Over Two Years

New Home Sales At Highest Level in Over Two Years

Shilpi Paul | Oct 24th

In yet more news that the housing market is healing, the Commerce Department reported today that September sales of new single-family homes reached it... read»

Housing Starts Jump 15%, Reach Highest Level in Four Years

Housing Starts Jump 15%, Reach Highest Level in Four Years

Shilpi Paul | Oct 17th

In another sign that the housing market is regaining health, housing starts reached their highest level in four years, according to data from the U.S.... read»

Housing Starts Drop in August, But Permits Increase

Housing Starts Drop in August, But Permits Increase

UrbanTurf Staff | Sep 20th

The Commerce Department reported today that housing starts dropped in August, but that building permit authorizations actually rose. ... read»

Good News? Housing Starts Up Significantly in June

Good News? Housing Starts Up Significantly in June

Mark Wellborn | Jul 19th

Some good news on the housing front made national headlines today: the Commerce Department reported that housing starts in June jumped 14.6 percent ov... read»

Surprise! Sales of New Homes Rise 6.2 Percent

Surprise! Sales of New Homes Rise 6.2 Percent

Mark Wellborn | Nov 25th

The Commerce Department reported on Wednesday that sales of new homes in the country rose 6.2 percent from September to October. The report is the sec... read»

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