Housing Starts Decline Again In September

In an ongoing effort to pare down inventories of unsold homes, the nation’s builders further reduced new housing production in September, according to numbers reported by the U.S. Commerce Department. Commerce indicated that nationwide housing starts declined 6.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 817,000 units, the slowest building pace since early 1991.

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