Florida Swimming Pool Construction Review – July 2022

An overview of permit data for new swimming pool construction in Florida during the month of July

Last month, there were 2,460 new swimming pool permits added to the HBW database for the Sunshine State.  Out of the five regions reviewed (Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Southwest, Southeast), the southwestern region (758 permits) carried the greatest amount of new swimming pool construction activity, while the highest average value of construction could be found in Jacksonville (average value: $81,780).

Here is a closer look at total permits, average construction values, leading counties, and top pool builders in Florida (by region) during the month of July 2022:

Southwest

As previously noted, the southwestern region of Florida held the highest volume of new swimming pool construction last month, having nearly 760 new permits with a total construction value of approximately $47.4 million added to the HBW database.  The average value of new permits in the southwest landed on the lower end of the spectrum (average value: $62,536) in comparison to other regions reviewed, and well more than half of all new construction activity took place in the counties of Lee (249 permits) and Collier (163 permits).

Out of approximately 195 pool builders with new construction activity on record last month, the following ranked as the top three for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Pinnacle USA56
2-Aragon Pools & Spas39
3-Holiday Pools of West FL33

Southeast

The southeastern region of Florida ranked #2 for new pool construction, having 569 new permits with a total construction value in excess of $35 million on record last month.  The average value of new swimming pool construction was lowest in the southeast (average value: $61,723) in comparison to other regions reviewed, and the bulk of all new permits originated from the counties of Palm Beach (222 permits) and Miami-Dade (164 permits).

Out of approximately 205 pool builders with new construction in the area last month, the following ranked as the top three for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-AAA Custom Pools22
2-A&G Concrete Pools21
3-Van Kirk Construction14

Tampa

In Tampa, there were more than 520 new swimming pool construction permits with a total value in excess of $40.1 million on record with HBW for the month of July. The average value of new swimming pool construction was $76,845, and the counties with the greatest concentration of new construction activity were Hillsborough (160 permits) and Pasco (147 permits).

Out of 135 pool contractors with new construction activity on record in the Tampa area last month, the following ranked as the top three for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Challenger Pools46
2-Gulfstream Pools & Spas26
3-Tampa Bay Pools24

Orlando

Last month, there were approximately 375 new swimming pool construction permits with a total value of nearly $24.5 million in the Orlando area.  The average value of construction in Orlando was $65,502, and just about half of all new permits originated from the two counties of Orange (115 permits) and Brevard (70 permits).

Out of just over 100 pool contractors with new construction activity on record with HBW for the one-month period, the following ranked as the top three for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Dreamscapes Pools & Spas45
2-All Seasons27
3-American Pools & Spas25

Jacksonville

With nearly 240 new permits and a total construction value of approximately $19.5 million, the Jacksonville area held the lowest level of new swimming pool construction activity in Florida last month.  And while the total number of permits was low, the average value of construction was highest in Jacksonville (average value: $81,780) in comparison to other Florida regions reviewed, with the majority of new permitting activity originating from the two counties of St. Johns (106 permits) and Duval (68 permits).

Out of nearly 80 swimming pool contractors with new construction activity on record last month, the following ranked as the top three for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Agua Pools & Spas22
2-Pools by John Clarkson13
3-Blue Haven Pools13

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Florida Residential Construction Review – July 2022

A review of new permit data on record with HBW for new home construction in Florida during the month of July

Based on HBW’s latest construction data reports, there were approximately 7,450 new residential construction permits with a total value of nearly $2.3 billion added to the HBW database for Florida during the month of July.  Out of the five regions included in the reports (Southwest, Tampa, Southeast, Orlando, Jacksonville), the greatest concentration of new permitting activity could be found in the southwestern region of the state (2,181 permits), while the highest average value of new home construction could be found in the Orlando area (average value: $324,524).

Here is a closer look at the total permits, average value of projects and leading counties for new home construction in Florida during the month of July 2022:

Southwest

As previously noted, the southwestern region of Florida carried the greatest volume of new residential construction activity last month, having 2,181 new permits with a total construction value of nearly $693 million.  The average value of new construction projects landed on the higher end of the spectrum (average value: $317,663) in comparison to other Florida regions reviewed, and just about 60 percent of all new permits originated from the two counties of Lee (721 permits) and Sarasota (572 permits).

Tampa

Not far behind the southwestern region, the Tampa area ranked #2 for new home construction last month, having 2,123 new permits with a total value of nearly $647 million on record with HBW.  The average value of new residential construction was $304,689, and approximately 58 percent of all new residential construction activity took place in the two counties of Polk (700 permits) and Pasco (531 permits).

Orlando

In Orlando, there were nearly 1,300 new residential construction permits with a total value of approximately $421 million on record with HBW for the month of July. As previously noted, the average value of new home construction was highest in the Orlando area (average value: $324,524) in comparison to other Florida regions reviewed, and nearly half of all new permits originated from the two counties of Brevard (373 permits) and Orange (240 permits).

Jacksonville

Last month, there were approximately 1,050 new residential construction permits with a total value in excess of $246.3 million added to the HBW database for the Jacksonville area.  In comparison to other Florida regions reviewed, the average value of new home construction was lowest in Jacksonville (average value: $235,028), and just about 64 percent of all new permits originated from the two counties of St. Johns (336 permits) and Duval (332 permits).

Southeast

In the Southeast, there were approximately 800 new residential construction permits with a total value of nearly $256 million added to the HBW database last month.  The average value of new home construction landed on the higher end of the spectrum (average value: $320,234) in comparison to other regions reviewed, and more than half of all new permits originated from the two counties of St. Lucie (384 permits) and Palm Beach (176 permits).

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Florida’s Top Home Builders – July 2022

A review of the leading contractors for new residential construction in Florida during the month of July

Based on HBW’s latest Construction Data Reports, there were approximately 7,450 new residential construction permits added to the HBW database for Florida during the month of July. Out of the hundreds of contractors with new permits on record last month, there were a few that carried approximately 30 percent of all new construction activity in the Sunshine State, and those builders are as follows:

#1 – Lennar Homes – 941 permits

#2 – D.R. Horton – 742 permits

#3 – Pulte Homes – 559 permits

When looking at specific Florida regions, home builders driving new residential construction figures varied by location. Out of the five regions reviewed (Southeast, Southwest, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville), Lennar Homes ranked #1 in three out five areas, while Pulte Homes and Dream Finders Construction took top placement in the remaining regions reviewed.

Here is a closer look at the contractors with the greatest volume of new residential construction activity in Florida, by region, for the month of July 2022:

Southwest

In Southwest Florida, there were more than 400 active contractors with new home construction activity on record for the month, and the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Pulte Homes265 $      225,395.00
2-Lennar Homes237 $      185,954.00
3-D.R. Horton110 $      206,914.00
4-Taylor Morrison92 $      249,950.00
5-Neal Communities of SW FL85 $      241,984.00

Tampa

Out of the more than 265 home builders with new residential construction activity on record in Tampa last month, the following ranked as the top five for total permits on file with HBW:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Lennar Homes334 $      291,520.00
2-D.R. Horton272 $      287,503.00
3-The Villages of Lake Sumter149 $      301,056.00
4-Pulte Homes130 $      235,421.00
5-Homes by West Bay58 $      481,113.00

Orlando

In Orlando, there were 165 home builders with new construction activity on record with HBW last month, and the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Lennar Homes204 $      214,085.00
2-D.R. Horton175 $      303,037.00
3-Pulte Homes72 $      427,796.00
4-Mattamy Homes57 $      419,160.00
5-Dream Finders Homes53 $      245,863.00

Southeast

Out of the 130 home builders with new construction activity on record in the southeastern region of Florida last month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Lennar Homes135 $      163,772.00
2-GL Building Corporation81 $      321,602.00
3-CBI Construction Services67 $      196,584.00
4-D.R. Horton56 $      271,118.00
5-Pulte Homes53 $      335,811.00

Jacksonville

Last month, there were approximately 135 contractors with new residential construction activity on record in the Jacksonville area, and the following ranked as the top five for total new permits for the one-month period: 

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Dream Finders Construction161 $      225,244.00
2-D.R. Horton129 $      221,990.00
3-KB Homes111 $      137,429.00
4-American Classic Homes88 $        85,000.00
5-Pulte Homes39 $      210,793.00

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Texas Residential Construction Permit Data Review – July 2022

An overview of new permit data on record with HBW for residential construction in Texas during the month of July

In our most recent post, we utilized HBW’s Construction Data Reports to identify the leading home builders in Texas during the month of July; this week, we are using the same reports to review permit data and identify where the latest new residential construction activity is taking place throughout the four major metro areas of Texas (Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio).

Last month, there were approximately 5,650 new residential construction permits with a total value in excess of $1.5 billion added to the HBW database for Texas.  Out of the four metro areas reviewed, Houston (2,169 permits) carried the greatest concentration of new permits, while the highest average value of new construction projects could be found in Austin (average value: $307,038).

Here is a closer look at the total permits, average value of construction and leading counties for new home construction in each of the four major metro regions of the Lone Star State during the month of July:

Houston

As noted above, Houston carried the highest concentration of new home construction activity last month as there were 2,169 new permits with a total value of $573 million added to the HBW database.  The average value of new home construction was $264,187, and the majority of all new permits originated from the two counties of Montgomery (879 permits) and Harris (734 permits).

Dallas

Not far behind Houston, in Dallas there were nearly 1,960 new permits with a total construction value in excess of $545 million added to the HBW database last month.  The average value of new home construction landed mid-range (average value: $278,354) in comparison to other Texas areas reviewed, and just over half of all new construction activity took place in the counties of Tarrant (596 permits) and Collin (474 permits).

Austin

In Austin, there were more than 1,055 new residential construction permits with a total value of $324.2 million on record last month.  The average value of new home construction was highest in Austin (average value: $307,038) in comparison to other areas reviewed, and nearly 70 percent of all new permits originated from Travis County where there were 730 new permits on record for the one-month period.

San Antonio

Last month, there were more than 465 new residential construction permits with a total value of approximately $113.3 million added to the HBW database for the San Antonio area.  The average value of new home construction was lowest in San Antonio (average value: $243,024) in comparison to other Texas areas reviewed, and the bulk of all new construction took place in Bexar County (319 permits).

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Texas Top Home Builders – July 2022

A list of the leading home builders in Texas during the month of July

According to HBW’s latest construction data reports for Texas, there were approximately 5,650 new residential construction permits added to the HBW database last month. And while we will go into more detail on new permit data on record for Texas in upcoming posts, today we are using the reports to identify the leading home builders in each of the four major metro areas of Texas (Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio). For our purposes, “top home builders” are defined based on two factors: The total number of new residential construction permits pulled for a given period (July 2022); and the total construction value of permits on record for each home builder.

Across the state, D.R. Horton continues to lead the market, having nearly 730 new residential construction permits on record with HBW last month.  Next in line, Lennar Homes ranked second, having approximately 541 new permits on record last month.

Here is a closer look at the top five Texas home builders by area and based on the total number of new permits on record with HBW during the month of April 2022:

Dallas

In Dallas, there were nearly 290 active home builders with new construction activity on record last month, and the following ranked as the top five for total new permits for the one-month period:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-D.R. Horton451 $      178,286.00
2-Lennar Homes126 $      194,677.00
3-Pulte Homes87 $      212,515.00
4-Bloomfield Homes80 $      395,473.00
5-Trophy Signature Homes76 $      265,344.00

Houston

Last month, there were more than 230 active contractors with new home construction activity in the Houston area, and the following ranked as the top five for total new permits on record with HBW:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-D.R. Horton236 $      170,929.00
2-Lennar Homes184 $      208,066.00
3-Meritage Homes101 $      233,372.00
4-Perry Homes98 $      365,563.00
5-Century Communities96 $      158,133.00

Austin

In Austin, there were more than 120 home builders with new residential construction activity on record last month, and the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Meritage Homes116 $      258,664.00
2-Lennar Homes108 $      164,780.00
3-KB Homes99 $      280,957.00
4-Brookfield Residential Texas Homes79 $      282,441.00
5-Taylor Morrison Homes76 $      424,539.00

San Antonio

Out of more than 90 active home builders with new construction activity on record in the San Antonio area last month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Lennar Homes123 $      156,094.00
2-Continental Homes of Texas59 $      184,181.00
3-KB Homes45 $      289,994.00
4-M/I Homes19 $      269,325.00
5-Pulte Homes19 $      188,825.00

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Texas Swimming Pool Construction Review – July 2022

An overview of new permit data for swimming pool construction in Texas during the month of July 2022

The July reports are in and available at HBW, and based on the latest, there have been nearly 850 new swimming pool permits with a total value of approximately $51.3 million added to the HBW database for Texas last month. Out of the four metro areas that were included in the report, Dallas carried the greatest volume of new pool construction activity (371 permits), while the highest average value of new construction projects took place in Houston (average value: $76,698).

From leading counties to average value of construction, here is a closer look at permit data for new pool construction throughout the Lone Star State during the month of July:

Dallas

Last month, there were more than 370 new swimming pool construction permits with a total value of $21 million in the Dallas area.  The average value of construction was $56,746, and the majority of new permits originated from the two counties of Dallas (110 permits) and Tarrant (97 permits).

Out of the more than 170 pool builders with new construction activity in the area last month, the following ranked as the top three for total permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Riverbend Pools22
2-Puryear Custom Pools12
3-Claffey Pools10

Houston

In Houston, there were more than 290 new swimming pool construction permits with a total value of $22.4 million on record with HBW last month. As previously noted, the average value of new pool construction was highest in Houston (average value: $76,698) in comparison to other Texas areas reviewed, and the bulk of construction activity took place in Harris County (117 permits) and Montgomery County (65 permits).

Out of the 150 pool contractors with new construction activity on record in the area last month, the following ranked as the top three for total permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Platinum Pools16
2-McKinney Custom Pools15
3-Supreme Pools & Spas10

Austin

Last month, there were just over 100 new pool permits with a total construction value of nearly $4.8 million added to the HBW database for Austin. The average value of new swimming pool construction was $45,917, and the majority of permits originated from Travis County (87 permits).

Out of the nearly 65 contractors with new swimming pool construction activity on record in the Austin area last month, the following ranked as the top three for total permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Cody Pools12
2-Premier Pools & Spas of Austin6
3-Aquamarine Pools of Texas6

San Antonio

In San Antonio, there were nearly 80 new swimming pool construction permits with a total value in excess of $3.1 million on record for the month of July.  The average value of new pool construction was lowest in San Antonio (average value: $39,947) in comparison to other Texas areas reviewed, and nearly all of the new permits originated from the County of Bexar (62 permits).

Out of the approximately 40 pool builders with new swimming pool permits on record in San Antonio last month, the following ranked as the top three for total permits:

BuilderTotal Permits
1-Cody Pools12
2-Pool Concepts by Pete Ordaz7
3-Keith Zars Pools7

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Florida Quarterly Review: Swimming Pool Construction Q2-2022

A review of permit data for new swimming pool construction throughout Florida from January through June 2022

Based on HBW’s latest Swimming Pool Construction Activity Trend Report for Florida, new swimming pool construction appears to be holding steady with last year’s figures through the second quarter of this year. While new pool construction has been on the rise annually across the Sunshine State for the last several years, no major spikes in activity are on the radar yet for 2022.

From January through June of this year, there have been approximately 20,815 new swimming pool construction permits added to the HBW database from the six major regions of Florida (Southwest, Southeast, Central, Northwest, West, Northeast).  While the overall market statewide has not exhibited growth or decline at this point, West Florida is positioned slightly ahead of last year with a 5 percent year-over-year increase in new pool permits, while Northwest Florida is off to a slower start through the second quarter with an 8 percent year-over-year decrease in new pool construction.

Here is a closer look at the total permits, leading counties, and YTD % change in new swimming pool construction within each of the Florida regions reviewed:

Southwest

Out of all Florida regions reviewed, the greatest concentration of new swimming pool construction could be found in the southwestern region where there were 6,540 new permits on record with HBW through Q2.  New pool construction in the area appears to be holding steady, and figures are aligned with data on record from the same period last year.  Out of the five counties that make up the region, the bulk of new pool construction could be found in Lee County (2,001 permits), Sarasota County (1,305 permits), and Manatee County (1,260 permits).

Southeast

The southeastern region of Florida ranked #2 for new pool construction, having more than 4,050 new permits on record with HBW through the second quarter of this year; this figure reflects a level of construction activity that is steady and in line with figures from the same period last year.  Out of the seven counties that make up the southeastern region, the two counties of Palm Beach (1,413 permits) and Miami-Dade (1,026 permits) carried 60 percent of all new permitting activity.

West

As previously noted, West Florida is the only region that has exhibited a slight increase in new pool construction so far this year; since the start of this year (thru Q2), there have been 3,574 new permits added to the HBW database for the western region of the state, reflecting a 5 percent year-over-year increase in new pool construction.  Out of the seven counties included in the report, the majority of all new permits originated from Hillsborough County (1,122 permits) and Polk County (707 permits).

Central

Since the start of this year (thru Q2) there have been approximately 2,890 new swimming pool construction permits added to the HBW database for Central Florida, reflecting a 3 percent year-over-year decline in new pool construction activity.  Out of the six counties that make up the area, more than half of all new pool construction could be found in Orange County and Brevard County where there were 961 and 616 new permits on record respectively for the six-month period.

Northeast

Through the second quarter of this year, there have been nearly 2,100 new swimming pool construction permits added to the HBW database for the northeastern region of Florida; this figure reflects a minor 2 percent year-over-year decrease in new pool construction.  Out of the eight counties that make up the region, more than 70 percent of all new permits originated from the three counties of St. Johns (817 permits), Duval (392 permits), and Flagler (272 permits).

Northwest

In the northwestern region of Florida, there were more than 1,660 new swimming pool construction permits on record through Q2-2022, reflecting an 8 percent year-over-year decline in new pool construction activity. Out of the eighteen counties (16 Florida counties, 2 Alabama bordering counties) that were included in the report, nearly 70 percent of all new permits originated from the four counties of Baldwin (333 permits), Walton (324 permits), Santa Rosa (247 permits), and Bay (239 permits).

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

HBW Report: Texas Swimming Pool Construction Q2-2022

An overview of new swimming pool construction permits in Texas from January through June 2022

Over the last several years, new swimming pool construction has been on the rise throughout Texas, and through the second quarter of this year the upward growth pattern has continued. From the four major metro areas of Texas (Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio), there has been a four percent year-over-year increase in new swimming pool construction through Q2-2022, resulting in a combined total of 7,132 new permits on record with HBW. While the bulk of new permits originated from Dallas (3,470 permits) and Houston (1,973 permits), the greatest growth through the second quarter has taken place in San Antonio where there has been a 66 percent increase in new permits in comparison to the same period last year.

Here is a closer look at new swimming pool construction and permitting activity in each Texas Metro area:

Dallas

In Dallas, there has been a 3 percent year-over-year increase in new pool construction, resulting in 3,470 new permits on record with HBW.  Out of the six counties that make up the area, the greatest volume of new permitting activity could be found in the three counites of Collin (931 permits), Tarrant (793 permits), and Dallas (745 permits).

Houston

New swimming pool construction has been significantly increasing year after year in Houston since 2017, but the region is off to a slower start so far this year.  In the first half of 2022, Houston has experienced a 20 percent year-over-year decrease in new pool construction, resulting in 1,973 new permits for the six-month period.  More than half of all new pool construction has taken place in the larger county of Harris where there have been 1,105 new permits so far this year (thru June).

Austin

While Austin is positioned on the lower end of the spectrum for total pool starts, new pool construction has been picking up in the area over the last several years.  Since January (through June) of this year, the area has experienced a 59 percent year-over-year increase in new swimming pool construction, resulting in 1,066 new permits on record with HBW.  Nearly all new permits originated from Travis County (814 permits), where there has already been an impressive 106 percent year-over-year increase in new pool construction.

San Antonio

Although the San Antonio area had the fewest new swimming pool construction permits in comparison to other metro areas in the Lone Star State, pool construction is on the rise.  Since the start of this year, San Antonio has experienced a 66 percent year-over-year increase in new pool construction activity, resulting in approximately 625 new permits.  Most permitting activity originated from Bexar County (438 permits) which has also exhibited growth in swimming pool construction (+107% YOY).

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

Quarterly Report: Atlanta Swimming Pool Construction Q2-2022

A review of permit data for new swimming pool construction in the Metro Atlanta area from January through June 2022

In Atlanta, new swimming pool construction permits have been on the rise year after year, until now.  Since 2015, HBW has identified marked growth in swimming pool construction ranging from annual increases as low as 1 percent to as high as 39 percent every year.  So far this year (thru Q2-2022), new swimming pool construction in the Metro Atlanta area appears to be off to a slower start as there has been an 11 percent year-over-year decrease in new pool construction activity, resulting in 2,112 new permits on record with HBW.

For the purpose of HBW reports, the Metro Atlanta area includes data from twenty-four counties.  Based on HBW’s latest Swimming Pool Construction Activity Trend Report for the second quarter of this year, and as noted in the above listed graph, the counties with the highest concentration of new swimming pool construction include: Fulton County (433 permits); Cobb County (219 permits); Cherokee County (181 permits); Gwinnett County (176 permits); Forsyth County (165 permits); and Coweta County (145 permits); all of the top listed counties are off to a slower start in new pool construction in comparison to the same time last year with the exception of Coweta County; new swimming pool construction activity has been on the rise in Coweta County since 2019, and through the second quarter of this year, the area has exhibited a 13 percent increase in comparison to the same time last year.

Although carrying lower levels of new construction activity, other Metro Atlanta area counties that are exhibiting healthy growth in new pool construction so far this year include Henry County (53% year-over-year increase) and Walton County (13% year-over-year increase).

Information utilized for the above listed figures for Metro Atlanta swimming pool construction was directly derived from HBW construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

HBW Report: Florida Residential Construction – June 2022

The latest permit data for new residential construction in Florida during the month of June 2022

Based on the latest construction data reports from HBW, there were 8,665 new residential construction permits with a total value in excess of $2.4 billion added to the HBW database for Florida last month. Out of the five Florida regions reviewed in the reports (Tampa, Southwest, Orlando, Southeast, Jacksonville), the greatest concentration of new home construction could be found in Tampa (2,424 permits), while the highest average value of new residential construction projects took place in the southeastern region (average value: $345,646).

Here is a detailed view of new residential construction permit data by region in the Sunshine State during the month of June 2022:

Tampa

In Tampa, there were 2,424 new residential construction permits with a total value of approximately $648 million added to the HBW database last month.  The average value of new home construction was $267,148, and from the six counties that make up the area, more than 54 percent of all new home construction activity took place in the two counties of Polk (723 permits) and Sumter (589 permits).

Southwest

The southwestern region ranked #2 in Florida for new home construction, as there were more than 2,300 new permits with a total construction value in excess of $609 million on record last month.  The average value of new home construction was $264,605 and more than half of all new permits originated from the counties of Lee (861 permits) and Manatee (503 permits).

Orlando

Last month, there were approximately 1,890 new residential construction permits with a total value of more than $585.2 million on record for the Orlando area.  The average value of new home construction landed mid-range (average value: $310,131) in relation to other Florida regions reviewed, and more than half of all new permits originated from the counties of Lake (604 permits) and Orange (385 permits).

Jacksonville

In Jacksonville, there were 1,264 new residential construction permits with a total value of nearly $323 million on record for the month of June. The average value of new home construction was lowest in the Jacksonville area (average value: $255,517) in comparison to other Florida regions reviewed, and out of the six counties that make up the area, approximately 72 percent of all new home construction took place in the two counties of St. Johns (478 permits) and Duval (433 permits).

Southeast

In the southeastern region of Florida, there were approximately 790 new residential construction permits with a total value of nearly $272.4 million on record with HBW last month.  As previously noted, the average value of new home construction was highest in the southeast (average value: $345,646) in comparison to other Florida regions reviewed, and the county with the highest concentration of new home construction activity was St. Lucie with 378 new permits on record for the one-month period.


To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.