Homes Built in Nonmetropolitan America

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Of the 848,000 single-family homes started in the U.S. in 2017, roughly 79,000 were nonmetropolitan—that is, they were built outside one of the officially-defined metropolitan areas—as reported in a recent NAHB study,  At 79,000, nonmetropolitan single-family starts in were up 40 percent from the trough in 2011, compared to a 97 percent for single-family starts overall. The NAHB study is based… Read More ›

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