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Declines for Single-Family Built-for-Rent Market

Single-family homes built-for-rent declined to approximately 2,000 starts for the first quarter of 2015, compared to about 4,000 at the start of 2014. The share and count of built-for-rent starts are off post-recession highs and will approach historical norms as the housing market continues to expand. However, given the relatively small size of this market, care must be taken when tracing changes in the estimates. According… Read More ›

Single-Family Built-for-Rent Market Remains Off Cycle Highs

Single-family homes built-for-rent held steady at 7,000 starts for the fourth quarter of 2014. While the market share of built-for-rent single-family homes remains somewhat elevated, the share and count of starts are off post-recession highs and will approach historical norms as the housing market continues to recover. According to data from the Census Bureau’s Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design and NAHB analysis, the… Read More ›

Single-Family Built-for-Rent Market Declines at End of 2013

Single-family starts built-for-rent were down sharply on a year-over-year basis, falling to only 6,000 starts for the final quarter of 2013 compared to 9,000 a year prior, which was near the highest quarterly tally since 2003. While the market share of built-for-rent single-family units remains elevated, the share and count of starts appear to be declining off post-Great Recession highs. According to data… Read More ›

Single-Family Built-for-Rent Market Continues Decline

Single-family starts built-for-rent were down sharply on a year-over-year basis, falling to only 6,000 starts for the third quarter of 2013 compared to 11,000 a year prior, the highest quarterly tally since 2003. While the market share of built-for-rent single-family units remains elevated, the share appears to be declining off post-Great Recession highs. According to data from the Census Bureau’s Quarterly Starts and… Read More ›