According to a recent U.S. report, the Department of Home and Urban Development, and the U.S. Census Bureau, single-family households remained stable in September 2021 as strong demand helped keep pace with construction. At the same time, the decline in family production helped reduce the number of households by 1.66 million this September.
1.56 million Began in September, which is the number of houses to be built if development work continues at this stage in the next 12 months. Overall the start of one family has not changed much from the previous month, reaching 1.08 million a year, which is 20.5% more than a year earlier. Multi-family homes, which include homes and condoms, fell 5.0% to 475,000 percent.
“Single-family construction continued with new plans in September,” said Chuck Fowke, president of the National Association of Home Builders. “Wood prices have fallen in recent years, but the cost and availability of many building materials continue to challenge the market, which needs proper control. People have to.
“Confidence grew in October, emphasizing the stability of current construction sites,” said Robert Dietz, head coach of NAHB. “The number of single-family homes is projected at 712,000, which is about 31% more than last year when more products were introduced to the market. More buildings have been added and they are still under construction.”
Compared to the same period of the previous year, from January to August 2021, the number of single and multi-family families was 28.9% in the northeast, 12.1% in the midwest, 18.6% in the south, and 22, 6% in the year. . West.
The number of permits fell by 7.7% to 1.59 million in September. Single-family benefits fell by 0.9% to 0.04 million. The number of approved homes decreased by 18.3% to 548,000.
If we look at the annual data on climate change, the contracts are 19.6% in the northeast, 19.9% in the Midwest, 22.9% in the south, and 25.0% in the west.