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Single-Family Housing Completions Up 12% YoY

“Single-family completions have outpaced housing starts since July 2022, and that will likely put some downward pressure on the numbers of single-family homes under construction in the months ahead,” said First American Deputy Chief Economist Odeta Kushi.

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What Percentage of Homes Do Black Americans Own?

A new commentary and research piece by Jacob Channel, LendingTree’s Senior Economist, hits on the topic of racial inequities in homeownership—particularly the share of homes owned by Black identifying Americans compared to the share of Black people living in the same area.

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Climate Change Could Cost Miami Homeowners $7.9B by 2050

Acknowledging the looming dangers of a warming planet, CoreLogic has released new research accounting for factors such as rising sea levels, increased frequency of intense storms, and the amount of flooding that could be caused by storms in the Miami area by 2050.

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