The Decline of Single-Family Housing Authorizations

July 16, 2019 Mike Albanese

BuildFax’s latest Housing Health Report revealed year-over-year declines in single-family housing authorizations, as they have fallen 2.75% since 2018. Also seeing declines are existing housing maintenance volume (0.75%) and existing remodel volume (0.33%).  The report uses U.S. property condition and history data to deliver economic trends, includes information on the states that had the largest ...

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