MetroNews

SEPTEMBER 29 2014

Six Takes on Housing from Metrostudy

Everybody wants a piece of Brad Hunter’s housing expertise these days! Chief economist Brad Hunter opined on buyers, sellers, hot markets, and the overall temperature of the housing market in six media interviews this past week. Click Here to See All Interviews » Read More

SEPTEMBER 25 2014

Rio Grande Valley Housing: Metrostudy 2Q14 Survey Results

Metrostudy’s 2Q14 survey of the Rio Grande Valley housing market shows that the region continues to lag behind the rest of the state in terms of economic and housing activity.  The annual rate of new home construction in the Rio Grande Valley in 2Q14 is 1,850 starts, up 12%, from 2Q13.  The Rio Grande Valley […] » Read More

SEPTEMBER 25 2014

New Subdivisions in the Midwest?

  A sure sign of a recovering housing market?  How about new lot development occurring for the first time in several years!  Surveying the Chicago, Indianapolis, and Minneapolis/St. Paul markets Metrostudy has noticed that new subdivisions are beginning to come through the pipeline.  Not a re-hashing of existing communities or a re-configuring of existing developments, […] » Read More

OtherNews

SEPTEMBER 30 2014

GL Homes to sell 53 more lots at Tuscany near Delray Beach

Luck may again decide who gets to buy a home at the Tuscany community on Atlantic Avenue west of Delray Beach. » Read More

SEPTEMBER 24 2014

Builders look to entry-level homebuyers

As home builders try to gain more business, more will be going after the entry-level buyer, real estate expert Bradley Hunter told CNBC. » Read More

SEPTEMBER 24 2014

Home builders to woo entry-level buyers: Pro

As home builders try to gain more business, more will be going after the entry-level buyer, real estate expert Bradley Hunter told CNBC Wednesday. » Read More

SEPTEMBER 24 2014

Community effort earns accolades in St. John

It started when CNN/Money Magazine ranked St. John #48 on the "100 Best Places to Live” in the US in 2009. » Read More

SEPTEMBER 23 2014

Builders grapple with tight supply of land in region

A gathering of home developers Tuesday heard a local consultant warn that King and Snohomish counties are running out of buildable land within the Growth Management Act boundaries, but planners say the system is working fine and encouraging denser development. » Read More

NAHBNews

SEPTEMBER 24 2014
New-Home Sales Top 500,000 in August, Highest Level Since 2008


SEPTEMBER 18 2014
Multifamily Decline Pushes Nationwide Housing Starts Down 14.4 Percent in August


SEPTEMBER 17 2014
Builder Confidence Hits Highest Level Since November of 2005


SEPTEMBER 15 2014
Five Top Housing Shows to Converge in Las Vegas for Design & Construction Week?


SEPTEMBER 9 2014
Statement from NAHB Chairman Kevin Kelly on House Passage of H.R. 5078