Metrostudy covers the St. George, Utah and Mesquite, Nevada market area, a total of 2 counties, Washington and Clark. Our local survey team drives over 2,000 miles and over 300 subdivisions every 90 days. This allows us to provide you with the most valuable information you need on: Future Lots, Vacant Developed Lots, homes Under Construction, Finished Vacant homes and Occupied homes.

St. George – Mesquite News

St. George / Mesquite 4Q15: A Stable Market – Fundamentals Remain Strong for 2016

New Home Starts in 4Q15 were up 34% over 4Q14; 2015 Annual Starts were up 7% over 2014 totals As the demand for second home and move-up buyers remains strong, along with rising land and construction costs, prices in the St. George market have stayed relatively steady Finished vacant inventory remains tight in all price …

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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 …

Market Weighted Towards the Move Up Market – Entry Level Buyers Under Pressure

Strong new home production growth in both markets continues to buck national trends. First time buyers are squeezed as home starts over $300k are up 62% over last year New Home Prices Continue to Rise: Median Price in St. George is $341k, up 10% YoY while Median Price in Mesquite is now $227k, up 52% …

St. George/Mesquite 2Q14 Survey: Rising Prices Keep Entry Level Buyers on the Sidelines

August 2014: According to Metrostudy’s quarterly survey, there were a total of 361 new homes – both attached and detached – started during 2Q14 in the St. George market, up 16% compared to 2Q13, and up 2% from 1Q14. New home closings totaled 319 during the second quarter, which is 13% more than last year at …

Housing starts up strong, with some stand-out markets

See Top 10 Markets for New Residential  Construction Here  Housing starts numbers out today surprised many observers with its strength (+15.7%), but we find it to have been in line with our actual counts, released earlier this month. As we predicted, last month’s Census estimate was revised upward, and now the numbers are back in …