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People Under 50 Are More Likely to Support New Housing Development

Half of respondents younger than 50 believe more transit-oriented housing would... More

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Local Leaders List Reveals the Top 50 Largest New-Home Markets

Despite a midyear slowdown, 2018 brought growth in closings for the largest... More

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Housing Affordability Isn’t Just About Rates

Other factors, like income and pricing, also impact activity, says NAHB's chief... More

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Down Payment Assistance, Social Impact Services Amp Up Battles in War on Affordability Crisis

Ivory Prize finalists put capital into action to unleash housing access for... More

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Underlying Demand and the Geography of Jobs

Investing in the 'rise of the rest,' tech and data mavens apply capital acupunture... More

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Strong Employment Growth Fuels Housing Demand in Naples

The rate of annual starts is up for the 12th consecutive quarter in this South Florida market. 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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Jacksonville Market Slowing as Higher Prices Constrain Demand

Metrostudy released results of its 2Q14 survey of the Jacksonville housing market, which showed slowing new home construction since the second half of 2013. More

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