Top Posts: The Size of the Housing Deficit

2023-12-29T14:14:25-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 29, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. At the end of 2022, Natalia Siniavskaia provided a new estimate for the current size of the U.S. housing deficit: The Size of the Housing Shortage: 2021 Data ‹ Top Post: Custom Home BuildingTags: top posts

Top Posts: The Size of the Housing Deficit2023-12-29T14:14:25-06:00

Top Posts: Housing Demand and Demographics

2023-12-28T09:16:34-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 28, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. In October, Rose Quint examined consumer survey data showing growing buyer interest in the third quarter: Housing Demand Caught Between High Rates & Demographics ‹ Top Posts: Geography of Home BuildingTags: top posts

Top Posts: Housing Demand and Demographics2023-12-28T09:16:34-06:00

Top Posts: Geography of Home Building

2023-12-27T15:17:09-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 27, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. In March, Jesse Wade reported on recent geographic shifts for home construction. Single-Family Market Share Continues to Shift from Large Population Centers More recent analysis finds ongoing gains for exurban areas: Amidst Housing Slowdown, Exurban Areas Post Largest Construction Gains And Jesse also examined the interplay between local incomes and recent home building activity: Geography of Personal Income and Home building ‹ Top Posts: The Aging Housing StockTags: top posts

Top Posts: Geography of Home Building2023-12-27T15:17:09-06:00

Top Posts: The Aging Housing Stock

2023-12-27T08:19:49-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 27, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. Two such posts focused on the aging housing stock, a key driver of remodeling and new construction conditions. In February, Na Zhao reported the latest data on the age of the housing stock. The Aging Housing Stock And a second post examined the geography of home age by state. Age of Housing Stock by State ‹ Top Posts: Home Price TrendsTags: top posts

Top Posts: The Aging Housing Stock2023-12-27T08:19:49-06:00

Top Posts: Home Price Trends

2023-12-26T15:20:03-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 26, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. Jing Fu provided a recent analysis of recent metro price dynamics. Home Prices Continue to Rise in September ‹ Top Posts: Building MaterialsTags: top posts

Top Posts: Home Price Trends2023-12-26T15:20:03-06:00

Top Posts: Building Materials

2023-12-26T08:18:04-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 26, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. Trends concerning building material pricing were examined monthly by David Logan.  In May, David reported on a pivot for aggregate building material price growth. Building Materials Prices Fall for Second Month Straight This December post details the most recent data: Building Materials Prices Inch Higher in November  ‹ Top Posts: Regional Permit TrendsTags: top posts

Top Posts: Building Materials2023-12-26T08:18:04-06:00

Top Posts: Regional Permit Trends

2023-12-25T14:29:41-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 25, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. Danushka Nanayakkara-Skillington provided recent year-to-date estimates for building permits, including top ten lists for single-family and multifamily markets. Single-Family Permits Down in October 2023 ‹ Top Posts of 2023: Home Prices and Construction CostsTags: top posts

Top Posts: Regional Permit Trends2023-12-25T14:29:41-06:00

Top Posts of 2023: Home Prices and Construction Costs

2023-12-25T10:18:20-06:00

By Robert Dietz on December 25, 2023 • With the end of 2023 approaching, NAHB’s Eye on Housing is reviewing the posts that attracted the most readers over the last year. Two such posts focused on home prices and construction costs.  In November, Natalia Siniavskaia examined 2022 Census data to report regional differences for pricing of different kinds of home construction: Square Foot Prices More than Double Inflation in 2022 And in March, Eric Lynch reported the results of the NAHB Construction Cost Survey, which detailed the sources of construction expenses for home building. Cost of Constructing a Home in 2022 ‹ New Home Sales Down in November but Should Improve Moving ForwardTags: top posts

Top Posts of 2023: Home Prices and Construction Costs2023-12-25T10:18:20-06:00

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