Market Information

Twin Cities See Another Surge in Single-Family Construction

Posted on September 28, 2016
Due to a significant boost in single-family production, the Twin Cities saw the highest number of permits pulled in the month of September since September 2006.
Posted in Market Information | Tagged September Permit Data, Twin Cities Housing Data, Twin Cities Residential Construction, Residential Building Permits

The September Hot Sheet

Posted on September 2, 2016
INSIDE THE SEPTEMBER HOT SHEET “As the existing housing market remains tight, families are realizing they can build the home of their dreams in the community they love. Our industry's builders, carpenters and tradespeople all work to build
Posted in Market Information | Tagged September Hot Sheet, 2016 Hot Sheet, Housing Data Twin Cities, Housing Economy, Housing Market

Twin Cities Residential Construction Activity Stalls in August

Posted on August 25, 2016
While single-family construction continued to climb in August, it wasn’t enough to keep the five-month new residential construction hot streak alive. For the first time in five-months, permit numbers took a slight dip, down one percent when compared to this month last year.
Posted in Market Information | Tagged Twin Cities Housing Data, Residential Building Permits, New Construction, Twin Cities Building Market

The August Hot Sheet

Posted on August 3, 2016
INSIDE THE AUGUST HOT SHEET “The June report is consistent with our forecast for a gradual but consistent recovery of the housing market. Single-family production should continue to strengthen throughout the year, buoyed by job
Posted in Market Information | Tagged August Hot Sheet, Housing Data Twin Cities, Builders Association of the Twin Cities, Economy

Twin Cities Residential Construction Continues to Climb

Posted on July 28, 2016
After a strong June, Twin Cities residential construction activity returned to more measured growth in July. With the help of several large multifamily projects, permitted units for the month were up 25 percent compared to July 2015.
Posted in BATC News, Market Information | Tagged Twin Cities Housing Data, Housing Market, Residential Building Permits, New Home Construction

The July Hot Sheet

Posted on July 8, 2016
INSIDE THE JULY HOT SHEET “Builder confidence rose this month and single-family housing starts are up roughly 10 percent from a year ago — two indicators that we can expect further growth in housing production this year. However,
Posted in BATC News, Market Information | Tagged July Hot Sheet, Housing Data Twin Cities, Market Data, New Construction

Twin Cities Residential Construction Hits 9-Year High

Posted on June 29, 2016
Roseville, MN (June 28, 2016) – With the help of a surge in single-family construction, June saw the most housing permits pulled in a single month since 2007.
Posted in BATC News, Market Information | Tagged Twin Cities Housing Market, Residential Building Permits, Permit Data, Housing Data Twin Cities, Builders Association of the Twin Cities

June 2016 Hot Sheet

Posted on June 3, 2016
INSIDE THE JUNE HOT SHEET “Though housing construction data is relatively flat for the beginning of 2016, we anticipate a ramping up of housing production during the rest of the year, given a strengthening job market, low mortgage interest rates and favorable demographics,”
Posted in BATC News, Market Information | Tagged 2016 Hot Sheet, Building Industry Market News, Housing Data Twin Cities

Twin Cities Residential Construction Continues Strong Pace

Posted on May 31, 2016
An increase in single-family production in May helped put 2016 on pace to be one of the strongest starts to the year for residential construction since 2007. Month-over-month May permits pulled were up 38 percent compared to 2015 and units were up 60 percent.
Posted in BATC News, Market Information | Tagged Twin Cities Building Stats, Twin Cities Housing Market, Residential Building Permits, Housing Data Twin Cities, Market Information

May Hot Sheet

Posted on May 5, 2016
“Single-family starts are off from their strong showing in February but this slowdown represents a return to a long-run, gradual growth trend that is consistent with builder confidence levels, which are overall positive.
Posted in BATC News, Market Information | Tagged May Hot Sheet, 2016 Hot Sheet, Housing Data Twin Cities, New Construction, Economy

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