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...
4.6 Million Americans Are Employed In IT
Tech jobs comprise 2.9% of workforce, according to Census Bureau report.
Single-Family Starts, Completions Make Big Y-O-Y Gains
The Northeast single-family housing market posts impressive growth in June, with...
New Single-Family Home Sales Fall
Sales dropped to annual rate of 551,000 in May but remain within the healthy range...
Single-Family Starts, Construction Edge Up in May
Completions rise as well; permits fall largely due to a shortage of lots.
April New Home Sales Rise to Eight-Year High
Entering the Spring sales season, new residential sales rise to rate of 619K.
April Single-Family Starts, Permits Rise Modestly
Single-family starts and permits go up in April, signaling growth in future...
The U.S. Cities With the Most Linguistic Diversity
Americans speak 320 distinct languages, according to new detailed data from the...
Single-Family New Home Sales Up Year-Over-Year in January
Sales of new single-family houses in January were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 481,000, according to estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. This is 0.2% below the revised December rate of 482,000, but is 5.3 percent above the January 2014 estimate of 457,000. Metrostudy's Brad Hunter breaks down sales expectations for 2015.