Single family homes

New home sales hit hard by COVID-19

Sales of new homes were going strong in 2020 until the coronavirus began disrupting economic activity in the country. As…

2 years ago

New homes are smaller and have fewer bedrooms

New home contractors are building homes with fewer bedrooms than previously in order to cater to the demand for smaller,…

3 years ago

Evolving News on the Single-Family Rental Market

Good news for rental investors but bad news for all of the people needing inexpensive housing. It’s well established that…

3 years ago

New home starts fall for 3rd successive month

New construction of single-family homes saw an uptick, but a decline in multifamily production for apartments and condos meant an…

3 years ago

New home construction is up, but economists say it’s not enough

There was a slight uptick in new home starts last month, but experts say the increase is still not nearly…

4 years ago

Home construction decline means 6 million homes are “missing” from U.S. markets

The alarming shortage of housing inventory can be blamed on a downtrend in new home construction that began in the…

4 years ago

A lack of workers means builders can’t keep up with new home demand

Builders have addressed their inability to keep up with demand for new homes, saying there simply aren’t enough workers to…

4 years ago

New home sales decline for third successive month

New single-family home sales in the U.S. declined for the third successive month in February, due to big declines in…

5 years ago

Central Texas housing market starts with strong with gains in home sales volume

strong gains throughout the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in January,

6 years ago

Hooray, more single-family homes on the way

Home builders have answered the call to provide more single-family homes in the last month, with production rising by 8.1…

6 years ago