New home starts falter, highlighting inventory shortages again



Housing starts nationwide were more or less flat in the last month, at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.16 million for the month

Multifamily construction boom set to last until 2016



Strong demand in the multifamily sector is evident as new construction projects try to keep pace with a growing number of renters.

Freddie Mac Predicts Multifamily Home Shortage by 2023



By 2023, there could be up to 4.7 million more renter households due to demographic forces, according to Harvard University’s report, The State of the Nation’s Housing 2014. But the supply of multifamily rental housing will likely be far less than demand.

Last Month Saw Housing Starts Rise by 5.9%



Figures from the US Census Bureau and the HUD show that the seasonally adjusted annual rate of nationwide housing starts rose to 896,000 units in July. Multifamily construction increased compared to the previous month, while single-family construction declined slightly compared to June.

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