New home construction falls in August  


Estimable Member
Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 104
05/06/2018 7:52 am  
Demand for new homes fell in August, a decline California homebuilders attributed to the discontinuation of the successful state home buyer tax credit program, according to a recent report by the California Building Industry Association (CBIA). “The significant drop in traffic in July due to the state closing out the successful tax credit program continued in August, holding down new-home starts and, correspondingly, job creation,” said CBIA President and CEO Liz Snow. 

Homebuilders pulled permits for 2,911 total housing units in August, down 5 percent from July, according to statistics compiled by the Construction Industry Research Board (CIRB). CIRB is forecasting permits will be pulled for 39,500 total units in 2009, the lowest total on record. 

For more information on how the home construction slipped in Again in August please click here<

For professional San Diego real estate agents, contact the Advantage VIP Dream Team for all of your San Diego real estate needs today. Specializing in Rancho Santa Fe and Tulsa Real Estate!


Please Login or Register