Housing Starts, Building Permits Take a Hit in June

July 17, 2019 Mike Albanese

Housing starts in June fell 0.9% month-over-month to a rate of 1,253,000, which is a marginal decline from May’s revised estimate of 1,265,000,  according to information from the U.S. Census Bureau.  The report, though, states June’s estimates are still 6.2% above June 2018’s rate of roughly 1.18 million. Single-family starts in June came in at ...

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