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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 …

Housing: Anatomy of the Rebound

Metrostudy’s new study of housing in markets across the country puts hard numbers to the housing recovery, and provides a detailed look at differences in the trajectory among regions.  The data (collected at the end of calendar year 2012, and newly analyzed) indicate extreme variance among markets and submarkets, with some markets’ single-family production up …

Homebuilders Join Resale Housing Market Recovery

(Tucson, AZ – October 29, 2012) The resale housing market has been on the mend in Tucson since early in 2012, and now the new-home market is beginning to see some improvement. New home starts in the Tucson area numbered 1,593 during the 4 quarters ending 3Q12, which is up 26% from 3Q11. Starts in …

New and resale home inventory on the decline in Tucson, prices stabilizing

(Tucson, AZ – April 30, 2012) Many of the local housing and economic indicators in Tucson are starting to improve but more recovery is needed before it will significantly impact homebuilding, according to Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the US housing …

Autumn and Migration = Housing Demand? (follow me on this one….)

Ahhh … autumn. This is my favorite time of the year. The brutal summer is over, there is less yardwork, and football is in the air. I also love Thanksgiving because it’s rich with history and faith, it’s family oriented, you can expect a large meal, and there is … well … football. It helps …