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Jacksonville Housing 3Q15: The New Home Market Shows Signs of Growth; Strong Resale Market Continues Growth Trend

Our 3Q15 survey of the Jacksonville market shows increases in new home starts – quarterly starts up 17.5% over 3Q14 & annual up 3.5% YoY. Overall housing inventory increased YoY, with a noticeable 9.1% uptick in under construction inventory. Resale market remains strong as closings for the first nine months increased 13%, inventory declined 14% …

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As part of the new website redesign that streamlines our site visitor experience, effective Monday, October 5, 2015, MetrostudyReport.com is now part of metrostudy.com! Going forward, our news content will be found here on the Metrostudy site. Due to this address change, Metrostudyreport.com will be discontinued, but you will still be able to get updates from …

Jacksonville 2Q15: The New Home Market Remains Stuck in Neutral; Resale Market Continues to Grow

Our 2Q15 survey of the Jacksonville Market shows new home starts up 2.2% over 2Q14. The annual starts rate however is down 4.3% YoY. Overall housing inventory levels and the distribution between under construction and finished inventory have been relatively steady for two years. Resale closings continue to grow, in spite of dwindling inventory and …

Jacksonville Housing: Metrostudy 4Q14 Survey Results Reveals New Trends

February 2015:  Metrostudy’s survey of the Jacksonville Market – including Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns counties – shows that 1,142 single-family units were started in the 4Q14. This represents a decrease of 11.3% compared to last year’s rate of 1,288 units. Still, the annual starts rate compared to last year decreased by only 1.1% …

Rising Prices Squeezing Buyers into Resale Market; Builders Must Replace Lots at Higher Prices

3Q14 saw new home starts down 5.3% YoY, even as the annual starts rate is up 6.5% Rising new home prices are pushing buyers into the resale market Builders are working through lot inventories bought during the recession; replacement lots will be more expensive, adding to pricing pressure December 2014: Metrostudy’s 3Q14 survey of the …