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Tag Archives: Single-Family Homes

A Renewed Focus on Housing Supply

An expert looked into the factors that have sharply limited the supply of both new and existing homes for sale, the lack of moderately priced homes, and its impact on first-time buyers. Here’s what he had to say.

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Where is Single-family Rental Growing the Most?

The latest data on single-family rentals reveals a discrepancy in rental price growth among properties at different ends of the price spectrum. Click through to learn which type of properties are spurring growth in rental prices.

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If You Build It…

Residential construction spending has been trending upwards in recent years, but is that holding true as we wind toward the end of 2017?

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Built-for-Rent Homes Regaining Market Share

The percentage of single-family homes built for the express purpose of renting them out is down from its peak reached in early 2013, but has been trending upward for the last four quarters. What has been driving the increase?

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