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Home Construction Still Affected by Supply Chain Issues

The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have released their new residential construction statistics for February 2022, which found that privately‐owned housing starts in February hit 1,769,000, 6.8% above the revised January estimate of 1,657,000. ...

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New York Fed Gives Unfavorable Review of Housing Sector

Merriam Webster's Dictionary defines anemic as: “lacking force, vitality, or spirit.” The Federal Reserve Bank of New York felt that is an appropriate depiction of the current housing market, as it called housing starts and permits “anemic” in its August ...

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Home Maintenance and Hurricanes

A new report reveals a correlation between Hurricane Harvey and the rise of home maintenance and remodeling projects. How did the hurricane impact the market for renovation?

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Freddie Weighs in on Housing Market

Affordability challenges slowed the growth of home sales this summer, according to Freddie Mac's housing market forecast. Yet, buyer demand remains strong due to these factors.

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What Fannie Forecasts for Housing in 2019

Fannie Mae Economic and Strategic Research Group’s May 2018 Economic and Housing Outlook predicts continued economic growth throughout the rest of 2018. As we enter 2019, however, the GSE forecasts a potential change in that momentum. According to Fannie’s May ...

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