Mixed Results for Single-Family Housing Starts, Building Permits

August 16, 2019 Mike Albanese

The results of July’s Census Bureau New Residential Construction Survey was a mixed bag.  Building permits in July grew month-over-month by 8.4% to 1.33 million, and 1.5% annually. Single-family authorizations also grew for the month, rising 1.8% from the month prior.  Falling, however, were housing starts, which declined 4% from June to 1.91 million, although ...

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