Census Bureau

D.C. Population Has Grown by 13.2% Since April 2010
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D.C. Population Has Grown by 13.2% Since April 2010

With over 681,000 residents by current estimates, the District has reached its... More

Single-Family Starts Built-for-Rent are Rising
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Single-Family Starts Built-for-Rent are Rising

New rental share currently makes up 4.4% of all single-family home starts, up from... More

Wood Remains the Dominant Framing Method for Single-Family Homes
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Wood Remains the Dominant Framing Method for Single-Family Homes

93% of all new homes built in 2015 were wood-framed, according to Census Bureau. More

Four Takeaways from the Most Recent Census Income Report
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Four Takeaways from the Most Recent Census Income Report

Income’s up, but the picture is more complicated than that. More

The Widening Gap Between Renting and Owning Costs in D.C.
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The Widening Gap Between Renting and Owning Costs in D.C.

Homeowners are paying $415 less per month than they did in 2007 – but renters are... More

4.6 Million Americans Are Employed In IT
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4.6 Million Americans Are Employed In IT

Tech jobs comprise 2.9% of workforce, according to Census Bureau report. More

Single-Family Starts, Completions Make Big Y-O-Y Gains
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Single-Family Starts, Completions Make Big Y-O-Y Gains

The Northeast single-family housing market posts impressive growth in June, with... More

New Single-Family Home Sales Fall
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New Single-Family Home Sales Fall

Sales dropped to annual rate of 551,000 in May but remain within the healthy range... More

Single-Family Starts, Construction Edge Up in May
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Single-Family Starts, Construction Edge Up in May

Completions rise as well; permits fall largely due to a shortage of lots. More

April New Home Sales Rise to Eight-Year High
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April New Home Sales Rise to Eight-Year High

Entering the Spring sales season, new residential sales rise to rate of 619K. More

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