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TRD Pro: Is homebuilding really down?

1 month ago   |   By The Real Deal New York

The following is one of the hundreds of data sets available on TRD Pro - the one-stop real estate terminal for all the data and market information you need. Given inflation, rising interest rates, economic uncertainty and flatlining home prices, one would expect that housing construction would be at an all-time low. Not even close. Though new housing starts in the U.S. have dipped over the past six months, the number is within the historical
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