Tag: single-family housing

Much of the strength in the market can be attributed to improvements in single-family residential spending, up more than 20 percent over the last three years. Photo: iStock.com/halbergman

National Association of Realtors presents 2024 forecast

December 13, 2023 By

The organization’s chief economist offers a projection on housing starts, 30-year fixed mortgage rates and more.

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Dodge Construction Network’s Richard Branch says residential construction starts increased for two consecutive months – something not seen for more than a year. Photo: jhorrocks/E+/Getty images

What to expect in the coming months for construction

May 17, 2023 By

Despite ongoing economic pressures, the construction industry remains strong through four-plus months of 2023.

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Mixed outlook on tap for residential construction

May 3, 2023 By and

Single-family starts have slowly started to increase in recent months, according to Dodge Construction Network’s Richard Branch.

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Residential rebound on hold

November 9, 2022 By and

After a down 2022, Dodge Construction Network’s Richard Branch says single-family construction starts should bounce back in the latter half of 2023.

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Dodge Data: Construction starts end 2020 on sour note

January 19, 2021 By

Broad-based weakness pulled construction starts lower in December, Dodge Data & Analytics reports.

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Sponsored: The two factors that are fueling single-family construction

January 6, 2021 By and

Residential construction was a bright spot for construction in 2020, and Dodge Data & Analytics sees additional good growth in single-family housing.

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The forecast for public works construction remains positive, especially when compared to other construction segments. Photo: iStock.com/Jens_Lambert_Photography

Dodge: Economic slowdown to impact construction growth

November 1, 2019 By

Fortunately, one outlier in the equation is public works construction, which Dodge Data & Analytics expects to move 4 percent higher in 2020.

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The backlog of infrastructure needs is enormous, even though the totals thrown about are unrealistic, says SC-MA’s David Chereb. Demand for aggregate in the nonbuilding category remains the greatest. Demand will only grow more in the coming years. Photo: iStock.com/TerryJ

Construction activity is experiencing a new, normal level

August 23, 2019 By

Takeaways from a Dodge Data & Analytics presentation show that while the construction industry isn’t growing like it once did, activity is still strong.

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Report: New construction starts to hold steady in 2019

October 26, 2018 By

Dodge Data & Analytics is forecasting further deceleration in total construction reflecting a mixed pattern by project type.

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