Drop in housing starts shows industry may weigh on growth

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 · The December numbers shows a return to trend after an especially strong November report, but overall 2017 saw significant gains in housing production. starts rose 2.4% last year, pushed up by an 8.5% jump in the single-family sector. multifamily starts dropped 9.8%.

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June 18, 2019 The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development jointly announced the following new residential construction statistics for May 2019:. Privatelyowned housing starts in May were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,269,000.. statistics often show movements which may be irregular.

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Drop in U.S. Housing starts shows industry May Weigh on Growth – Three straight months of declines in new-home construction show U.S. homebuilding may weigh on second-quarter growth, Commerce Department data showed Friday. Highlights from Housing Starts (May) .

Microsoft Build 2019 // Vision Keynote + Imagine Cup World Championship Consensus forecasts compiled by most news organizations called for starts to be around unchanged, holding around 1.22 million units. The report noted that construction of new homes is down 5.6% compared to levels seen in July 2916.

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There were about 107,000 housing starts in October – approximately 2,000 units less than October 2017, which pushed the growth rate for the year down to 5.7 percent. This is a little less than forecasted by National Association for Business Economics (NABE) and a little more than the 4.5 percent predicted by National Association of Home Builders.