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The Where and How of Heating and Cooling in New Home Starts
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The Where and How of Heating and Cooling in New Home Starts

93% of US home starts had central AC in 2015, while 55% had a forced air system... More

April Single-Family Starts, Permits Rise Modestly
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April Single-Family Starts, Permits Rise Modestly

Single-family starts and permits go up in April, signaling growth in future... More

New Home Sales Hit Highest Level in 7 Years
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New Home Sales Hit Highest Level in 7 Years

According to new data from the federal government, new home sales rose to the... More

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A Sluggish Finish for 2014: Housing Starts A Sluggish Finish for 2014: Housing Starts

The US Census Bureau New Residential Construction data release for November, 2014 reported a 1.6% decrease from the revised October number of housing starts and 7% below November 2014. Single-family starts were reported at 5.4% below the October rate. More

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Homeowners Energized About Energy Efficiency Homeowners Energized About Energy Efficiency

According to the recently released 2013 American Housing Survey, millions of homeowners remodeled in the last few years with lower utility costs and higher efficiency in mind. Thousands remodeled for energy efficiency in newer homes. Should builders capitalize more on the lower maintenance cost buyers clearly want? More

New Data Confirm the Need to “Drill Down” for the “Real Story”
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New Data Confirm the Need to “Drill Down” for the “Real Story”

According to the Census release this morning, privately-owned housing starts in... More

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10 Business Trends That Will Shape Housing in 2013 10 Business Trends That Will Shape Housing in 2013

Builders were growing again in 2012, but new challenges lie ahead. More

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