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Privately-owned housing starts in September 2014 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,017,000. This is 6.3 percent (+/- 9.3%)* above the revised August 2014 estimate of 957,000.

Statement by Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank on New Residential Construction in July 2012

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Commerce Department’s U.S. Census Bureau today released new residential construction data for July 2012. Permits for new housing units were up 6.8 percent from June and up 29.5 percent from July 2011. Housing starts for July 2012 were down 1.1 percent from June, but up 21.5 percent from July 2011.

Statement by Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank on New Residential Construction in June 2012

WASHINGTON - The Commerce Department's U.S. Census Bureau today released June 2012 data on new residential construction. Housing starts in June 2012 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 760,000, up 6.9 percent from May’s revised estimate and up 23.6 percent from June 2011. Starts of multifamily structures increased 12.8%, and single-family starts rose 4.7%. Building permits for the month were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 755,000, down 3.7 percent from the revised May rate but up 19.3 percent from one year earlier.

Statement by Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank on New Residential Construction in May 2012

WASHINGTON – The Commerce Department’s U.S. Census Bureau today released new residential construction data for May 2012. Permits for new housing units climbed 7.9 percent from April. Housing starts were down 4.8 percent from April but up 28.5 percent from May 2011.

Statement from U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson on New Residential Construction in November 2011

WASHINGTON – The Commerce Department's U.S. Census Bureau today released data on new residential construction in November 2011. Permits for new housing units rose 5.7 percent in November, well-above private-sector expectations of a 1.7 percent decline. Housing starts soared to their highest level since April 2010, increasing 9.3 percent from October to November and 24.3 percent from November 2010. Private-sector analysts had expected an 0.3 percent rise.

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