HBW Report: Florida Residential Construction – September 2019

A review of the latest residential construction permit data available from the HBW database for the month of September 2019 Last month, there were nearly 6,600 total new residential construction permits with a total value in excess of $1.8 billion … Continue reading

Top Florida Home Builders – August 2019

A review of the top home builders with new residential construction permits on file with HBW for the month of August 2019 Earlier this week, we reviewed the latest construction permit data available from the HBW database for new home … Continue reading

Florida Home Construction Update – August 2019

An overview of the latest residential construction permit data for Florida based on the HBW database When reviewing the latest residential construction permit data on file with HBW for the Sunshine State, we reviewed the five major regions of Tampa, … Continue reading

Atlanta Annual Residential Construction Review – 2018

With more than 24,400 residential construction permits in 2018, Atlanta’s high rate of new home construction has held steady for two years in a row. From 2012 to 2017, Atlanta area housing starts had been sustaining a healthy annual climb, … Continue reading

Home Building is Getting Hotter in Atlanta

New residential construction in Atlanta is on the rise through the second quarter of 2016. Atlanta is heating up this summer, and we’re not referring to the climbing temperatures.  With the closing of the second quarter, Atlanta’s residential construction has … Continue reading

Aubuchon Homes Expands into Southwest Florida

HBW subscribers know that Southwest Florida is a boom market for residential construction. The boom has grown so strong that Cape Coral builder Aubuchon Homes is expanding deeper into the region. Aubuchon Homes is accomplishing this goal by taking its … Continue reading

Strong Sales and Slow Building Starts Split Oklahoma City Housing Market

2014 saw the Oklahoma City housing market slowly build back up. Pre-existing home sales have steadily increased. But even as areas near Moore and Edmond have expanded out, the home building market in Oklahoma city hasn’t quite rallied to the … Continue reading