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Carly Hook

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Housing Starts Fall to Lowest Level in Over a Year

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - 6 hours 53 min ago

Construction of new homes fell more than expected in July, to its lowest level in over a year, according to new data released today from the U.S. Census Bureau and U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The new data show housing starts decreased to a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.446 million, a 9.6%…

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The Hottest Zip Codes of 2022 Are in Small New England Cities

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - 6 hours 55 min ago

New England recently added a new feather to its cap: it is America’s home-buying hotspot. Six of the top 10 hottest zip codes in 2022 are located in the region, according to a new report from realtor.com®, now in its eighth year running. All six New England zip codes were situated in unassuming, small cities…

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Compass Eliminates Financial Perks, Recruiting Tactics After Tallying Higher Losses in Q2

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - 9 hours 2 min ago

Recent headwinds in the housing market have forced several companies to rethink their gameplans for the remainder of the year.  Among that list is New York-based Compass, which saw its shares nosedive following a lackluster second quarter performance where its losses grew at a higher rate than its earnings.  Compass’ latest earnings report indicated that…

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New home starts fall sharply: ‘The whole housing sector is in retreat’

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 9 hours 8 min ago
The number of new construction projects for single family homes dropped by 10 percent in July, the steepest decline of the year, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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