Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Commerce Department, from most recent to least.
Shilpi Paul | April 16th 2013
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»
UrbanTurf Staff | November 20th 2012
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»
Shilpi Paul | October 24th 2012
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»
Shilpi Paul | October 17th 2012
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»
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UrbanTurf Staff | September 20th 2011
The Commerce Department reported today that housing starts dropped in August, but that building permit authorizations actually rose. ... read»
Mark Wellborn | July 19th 2011
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»
Mark Wellborn | November 25th 2009
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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