The essential homebuilding commodity has seen futures pricing plunge 24% from its mid-March ... according to Goodman. US housing starts and new building permits have been steadily falling this ...
Total housing starts in May were below expectations, however, starts in March and April were revised up, combined.
The data from March ... of the Housing Bust," Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Santander, wrote in a note. "In light of these results, it is not surprising that housing starts in May were ...
The last time Unhedged took a look at the US housing market, back in March, we wrote that The housing ... New housing permits and construction starts took a meaningful step down in May, bad ...
Housing starts rose 3.6% to an annualized ... Home prices in the US spiked 13.2% year-over-year in March, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index. The May reading exceeded ...
compared with an increase of 8.3% in March. The 20-city composite, which also tracks housing prices in Dallas and Seattle, posted an annual gain of 7.2%, which also marks an increase from the 7.5% ...
Housing starts, which indicate the beginning of new ... "The drop in housing activity is largely due to a plunge in multifamily construction," Adams said. "Multifamily building is much more ...
U.S. Treasury prices fell. A separate report from the Commerce Department's Census Bureau showed housing starts fell 5.5% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.277 million units last month ...
US housing starts and new building permits are ... The essential homebuilding commodity has seen futures pricing plunge 24% from its mid-March peak to $473 per 1,000 board feet.