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The 30 Largest Metros Ranked for Walkable Urbanism
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The 30 Largest Metros Ranked for Walkable Urbanism

New York City tops the list as the most “walkable urban place,” but Detroit’s... More

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Despite Pullback, Minneapolis Market is Consistently Growing

Almost 50% of all new homes started over the last 12 months were priced between $250k and $400k, the largest percentage of starts in that segment since Metrostudy began tracking the market. More

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The Price of Dirt Impacts Future Development in Charlotte

New finished vacant new homes have dropped the lowest level ever in the Charlotte housing market while the price of “dirt”, zoning, and financing impacts future residential development. More

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Las Vegas Home Prices Approach 2008 Levels

New home demand remains strong with steady in-migration as Las Vegas home prices reach toward the pre-crash 2008 peak. More

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Dallas Lot Deliveries Surge to Highest Level Since 2008

Metrostudy reports Dallas-Fort Worth housing market second quarter lot deliveries exceeded new-home start pace for the first time since early 2008. More

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1Q14 Riverside Housing Market Analysis

The first-quarter Metrostudy data for the Riverside-San Bernadino-Ontanio, California housing market shows a market cooling and price appreciation coupled with fewer new-home sales in 2014. More

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1Q14 Charlotte Housing Market Analysis

Based on first-quarter market survey results, Metrostudy expects economic expansion will drive the Charlotte, North Carolina housing market going forward in 2014. More

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1Q14 Houston Housing Market Analysis

Metrostudy’s 1Q14 survey of the Houston market revealed that housing continued to surge in the first quarter, and prices are rising quickly for both new and resale homes. More

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April New Home Sales Helped by Higher “Conversion Rates”

Following a dip in sales in recent months, demand for new homes is once again on the rise. Metrostudy Chief Economist Brad Hunter speaks to the first rise in three months. More

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April New Home Sale Number Not Easy to Predict

Hanley Wood chief economist Jonathan Smoke discusses the forthcoming new residential sales data for April from the Commerce Department. Strong variation between markets and submarkets makes the numbers difficult to predict, although Smoke says 2014 will be the best year for new home sales since 2008. More

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