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Community spotlight: Leander

About 30 minutes from downtown Austin and the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge sits the city of Leander. With a climbing population that reached 31,717 in 2013, according to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, Leander is in the center of many urban and natural amenities that homebuyers need...

New Home Sales Surge Could Cause Second Housing Bubble

A new home sales surge, which jumped to a nine-year high as a result of stagnating low mortgage rates and a lack of monetary policy change by the Federal Reserve, may not be as rosy as it is being portrayed. The Census Bureau released this bit of faux-optimism for the United States economy in their... Show More Summary

July New Home Sales Soar to 12.4% Month-over-Month, Surprises Forecast

This morning's release of the July New Home Sales from the Census Bureau came in at 654K, up 12.4% month-over-month from a revised 582K in June. Seasonally adjusted estimates for April and May were revised.

Census Bureau: New Homes Sales Approach 9-Year High

Amid low mortgage rates are rising rents home buyers are snapping up today's new construction at levels not seen since 2007.

New Home Sales increased to 654,000 Annual Rate in July, Highest since October 2007

CR Note: I'm in NYC for a few days and having a great time. Sorry - no graphs until I return home.The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 654 thousand. The previous three months...Show More Summary

Here come new home sales ... (XHB, ITB)

The Census Bureau will release data on new home sales during July at 10 a.m. ET. Economists forecast that sales of new single-family houses fell 2% at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 580,000, according to Bloomberg. New home sales data are among the volatile monthly numbers on the housing market, and are subject to revision. Show More Summary

Tuesday: New Home Sales, Richmond Fed Manufacturing Survey

Note: I'm in New York and posting will not be frequent (too much to do and see).Thursday:• At 10:00 AM ET, New Home Sales for July from the Census Bureau. The consensus is for a decrease in sale to 580 thousand SAAR in July from 592 thousand in June.• Also at 10:00 AM, Richmond Fed Survey of Manufacturing Activity for August.

Think of these liquid spots as the National Park Service's water supply ... for recreation and relaxation

How does New Mexico cope? Water covers just 0.2% of the Land of Enchantment, Census Bureau statistics show, making it the driest state by percentage of land area. It’s not that most of its 2.1 million residents can’t get a drink from the tap; ground and surface water see to that. But New Mexico,...

U.S. builders surprise economists, break ground on 1.21 million homes

Builders broke ground on 1.211 million new homes in the U.S. in July, a seasonally adjusted increase of 2.1 percent, according to a report released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Show More Summary

Maximize Your Commute in 9 Simple Steps

Without the right mindset, commuting to the office can be one of the most time consuming and stressful tasks we complete each day. The average American drives for 26 minutes each way between home and work, the US. Census Bureau reports. Show More Summary

Housing starts unexpectedly rose

New residential construction surprised on the upside, according to the Census Bureau. Housing starts jumped 2.1% at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.211 million. This is only the third time starts have been higher than 1.2 million...Show More Summary

Housing Starts increased to 1.211 Million Annual Rate in July

From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and CompletionsHousing Starts:Privately-owned housing starts in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,211,000. This is 2.1 percent above the revised June estimate of 1,186,000 and...Show More Summary

July Retail Sales Disappoint

The Census Bureau's Advance Retail Sales Report for July released this morning was rather disappointing. Headline sales came in flat month-over-month to one decimal, which conceals a tiny 0.4% decline at two decimal places.

Retail Spending Cooled in July after Strong Gains in the Second Quarter

The Census Bureau said that retail sales cooled in July after strong gains in the second quarter. Sales were unchanged in July, with Americans pausing in their consumer spending growth...

Curious about declining homeownership? Look to family tradition

There's no question that fewer people are buying homes today than they did over the past few decades. The Census Bureau released a preliminary national Q2 2016 homeownership rate -- 62.9 percent, the lowest recorded since 1965. But the real estate industry is still piecing together the "why" of this trend....

IBM And The ABS Census: Let The Blame Games Begin

In the wake of the Census debacle that happened this week, there’s been a lot of finger-pointing as to who was to blame. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has put the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and IBM, the company hosting and managing the Census website, on notice, expressing his disappointment over Tuesday’s website meltdown. Show More Summary

The Australian Census Website Is Down, Again

Around 48 hours after the Census website was pulled after alleged repeated DDoS attacks, and hundreds of thousands of Aussies actually trying to complete the Census, the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Census website came back to life this afternoon. But, in a move that isn’t entirely surprising, the site continues to have issues. It’s up, it’s down, it’s up again… More »      

The Australian Census Website Is Down, Again

Around 48 hours after the Census website was pulled after alleged repeated DDoS attacks, and hundreds of thousands of Aussies actually trying to complete the Census, the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Census website came back to life this afternoon. But, in a move that isn’t entirely surprising, the site continues to have issues. It’s up, it’s down, it’s up again… More »      

Census Update: What's Going On?

As you may have heard, the Census website has had a bit of a technical issue. The official report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics went from “overseas hackers” to a series of DDoS attacks (with some pinpointed to the US) made...Show More Summary

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