Housing Starts Fall, Permits Up in March

April 18, 2017 Seth Welborn

Despite a strong February, housing starts have fell almost seven percent in March. Although sing-family starts dropped, single-family permits posted the third largest annual pace since the recession. Permits in March grew 3.6 percent to 1.26 million from February’s 1.216 million, and grew year-over-year by 17 percent.

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