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The Triad News

Triad 4Q15: New Home Starts Up in 2015 – Inventory at Lowest Level in 8 Years

2015 New Home Starts in the Triad were up 13% over 2014 Townhome construction over 2015 is down 5.1% over 2014 levels Inventory is at the lowest level that Metrostudy has observed in the Triad in the past 8 years FEBRUARY 2016 – Metrostudy’s 4Q15 survey of North Carolina’s Triad region shows that Annual Starts …

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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 …

Despite Strong Growth, Excess Lot Supply Keeps Prices Stable

The region is seeing the strongest growth in years – YTD Housing Starts are up 15.6% over 2013 levels Oversupply of lots in many locations is allowing builders to keep costs in line with market demand Townhomes are showing increased strength in the Triad market, with 3Q14 construction up 26.7% over 3Q13 December 2014: Metrostudy’s …

The Focus is Inventory as In-Demand Areas are Seeing Shortages

August 2014: Metrostudy’s 2Q14 survey of the Triad housing market showed construction delays from the hard winter finally being mitigated, as quarterly starts increased to 632, up 14.7% over 2Q13.  Annual Starts of 2,295 were observed in the Triad in 2Q14, up 27.6% from 2Q13. Annual Closings of 2,132 in 2Q14 was an increase of …

Is Activity in the South…Going South?

The government release on housing starts for June showed a sharp decline, concentrated in what the Census Bureau defines as “The South.”  Single-family starts were down in June by 9.0% from the previous month, and down 4.3% from twelve months earlier.  Within that number, almost all the decline was in the South, down 20.1% versus …