Housing. starts, reached just 1.22 million last month – well below the 1.3 million analysts were looking for. Revisions.
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Friday, the department reported that housing starts rose 9.8% in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.17 million units, up from May’s revised rate of 1.07million, which was originally reported at 1.036 million units. housing starts also saw another big jump year-over-year, increasing 26.6% compared to June 2014.
Housing Starts, Permits Drop in May. The May rate for units in buildings with five units or more was 284,000, down 9.8% from April and down 25.7% from a year earlier. Single-family permits fell.
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Housing starts fell 6.3% in September to a seasonally adjusted rate of 817,00, another 17-year low, against downwardly revised august estimates, which were dropped from 895,000 to 872,000, the.
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Led by a steep jump in multifamily production, nationwide housing starts rose 9.8% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.174 million units in June, according to HUB and the commerce department. multifamily production was up 29.4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 489,000 units, while.
5 days ago. The number of homes put on the market is down 9.8% from May.. Multifamily housing starts dropped 9.2% while single-family starts rose 3.6%.
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Housing starts fell 9.8% for December to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 999,000, according to a Commerce Department report (link opens a PDF) released today. After jumping a revised 23.1%.
After August’s brief respite dead-cat-bounce, Housing starts resumed their collapse in September, slumping 5.3% (despite a downward revision to August’s spike). Permits notably disappointed, dropping for the 5th month of the last six.
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Housing starts declined 9.8% in December to 999,000 units at an annual rate, coming in above the consensus expected 985,000 pace. Starts are up 1.6% versus a year ago. The drop in starts in December was due to declines in both single-family and multi-family units, which were down 7.0% and 14.9% respectively.