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SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 1Q18: Starts and Closings Start 2018 up – Lot Delivery Slows

Quarterly New Home Starts are up 2% YoY; Quarterly Closings are up 15.9% Annual Single Family Stats are up 5.3% over 1Q17 numbers; Annual Closings are up 9.9% YoY Over the last twelve months the market delivered approximately 10,300 new lots. There were approximately 10,900 lots in the under construction pipeline at the end of …

SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 4Q17: Starts and Closings are up in 4Q17 – Annual Starts Up in 2017

4Q17 New Home Starts are up 5.4% YoY; Quarterly Closings are up 20.6% YoY Annual Single Family Starts are up 8.9% from 2016 levels Over the last twelve months the market delivered approximately 10,900 new lots. There were approximately 9,900 lots in the under construction pipeline at the end of the fourth quarter. Metrostudy’s 4Q17 …

SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 2Q17: Strong Quarterly Growth in Starts & Closings; Inventory & Lot Supply Increasing

2Q17 Quarterly Starts Up 15% YoY; Quarterly Closings Up 9.4% YoY Annual Single-Family Starts Up 9.5% YoY; Annual Closings Up 7.6% YoY Over year ending 2Q17, the market delivered approximately 11,900 new lots & there were approximately 8,500 lots in the under-construction pipeline. Metrostudy’s quarterly survey of the San Antonio housing market shows that the …

SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 1Q17: Steady Growth Continues in 2017

Through 1Q17, the annual rate of New Home Starts is up 8.1% over 1Q16 levels; for the quarter, new home starts are up 16% YoY For 1Q17, 56% of New Home Starts were Priced over $250k Total housing inventory increased as starts outpaced closings during the first quarter. Metrostudy’s quarterly survey of the San Antonio …