October Country! US 1-Unit Housing Starts Decline -10.6% YoY As Housing Sentiment Crashes (High Housing Price Inflation Is Hurting)

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by confoundedinterest17

US housing starts for October were less than expected. A 1.5% increase MoM was expected, but housing starts actually fell -0.7% MoM.

5+ unit (multifamily) starts were up 6.82% MoM. 1-unit single family detached units were down -3.89% MoM. Permits to build were up 4% MoM.

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On a YoY basis, 1-unit start declined -10.6% as M2 Money growth continues to fall.

And 1-unit housing starts have fallen with the rapid decline in home buying sentiment.

1-unit starts have slowed to pre-COVID levels, thanks in part to The Federal Reserve’s money printing bonanza which may never end.

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As housing sentiment crashes (due to rapid home price growth), we are seeing the demand for multi-family housing rise. 5+ unit (multifamily) starts were up 6.82% MoM in October.

It is October after all as winter sets in.

 

 

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