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Hanley Wood.com / March 30, 2015
Total U.S. Housing Starts Projected to hit 1.1 Million in 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 11, 2015) — Metrostudy, a Hanley Wood company, announced today the release of its first quarter 2015 Home Building Outlook detailing housing construction trends nationwide. The Home Building Outlook is the platform for Metrostudy’s national and local forecasts, spotlighting the Top 100 Housing Markets across the United States.
The first quarter update indicates U.S. Housing Starts are expected to advance gradually to hit 1.1 million this year, with 715,000 of those being single family homes asRead More
Brad Hunter / Metrostudy / March 24, 2015Read More
Analytics and Forecasting Business to Complement Metrostudy Membership Services and Consulting
Washington, DC – March 4, 2015 – Metrostudy, a Hanley Wood company and the leading provider of primary and secondary market information to the housing and related industries nationwide, has acquired Real Estate Economics (REE), a leading provider of economic and housing information and statistics. As part of the acquisition, Mark Boud – founder of REE and noted industry expert – has joined Metrostudy as Senior Vice President.
“Hanley Wood is committed to expanding our data and informationRead More
Dionne Searcy / The New York Times / February 24, 2015
In the initial years after the collapse of the housing bubble, a severely wounded industry focused mostly on putting up more affordable duplexes and other multifamily housing, including rental apartments.
But some economists say that demand for multifamily construction is leveling off. Home price appreciation in general is slowing as well; the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index report on Tuesday showed a pace of growth in the single digits.
In this environment, builders are turning to the wealthy as the most reliable market on which to place their bets.
“That buyer is financiallyRead More
Brad Hunter / BUILDER / February 12, 2015
Predictions for the 2015 new home market largely focus on high hopes for entry-level buyers. The problem here is that entry-level buyers, first-time buyers, and millennials are often thought of as similar or the same. While the average household age of the new home buyer is getting slightly younger, and more millennials are expected to show up in the marketplace this year, there are important distinctions between these three groups of buyers. Who will really lead market improvement in 2015?Read More