The BuildFax Housing Health Report provides monthly insight into the health of the U.S. housing market with a particular focus on single-family housing authorizations and existing housing maintenance trends.
The U.S. housing market has recovered beyond its pre-pandemic pace since showing first signs of a slowdown this time last year.
The U.S. housing market has recovered beyond its pre-pandemic pace since showing first signs of a slowdown one year prior.
Despite a wavering economic recovery amid the persisting COVID-19 pandemic, housing activity enters 2021 on strong footing with increases across almost all indicators.
Exterior home renovations have increased to accommodate new lifestyle norms brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Housing activity was a bright spot for the economy in 2020 with growth likely to continue into 2021 to help curb the persisting housing shortage.
Maintenance spend skyrocketed in November likely driven, in part, by rising costs of building materials and strong remodeler demand.
Housing activity remains strong in October, but may slow in the coming months as the housing market reacts to conflicting signals from the COVID-19 vaccine news.