Data Round-Up: Single-Family Housing Starts Climb in October; Multi-Unit Prospects Remain Solid

posted by Michael Lewis on November 19, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Growth Outlook and Business Cycle

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The prospects for multi-unit projects remain solid. Demand for apartments remains strong, as evidenced by briskly rising rents in much of the country.


FMI’s review of today’s October Housing Starts results. Also last night, the Senate fell one vote short of 60 votes needed to overcome a Democratic filibuster of the Keystone oil pipeline project (all 45 Republicans voted yes, joined by 14 Democrats, including four lame ducks who lost in the November election). 

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