The housing market is struggling to recover from the Great Recession, and the new construction on housing in the United States is lagging behind, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau.
But it’s not nearly as bad as you might think, according the Census.
The latest figures show that total housing construction and new housing starts have been in decline since the recession ended.
Housing prices have been falling since the start of the recession, with average home prices dropping more than 10% from the beginning of the downturn in 2009 to 2017, according a report released Friday by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
But that still leaves much more housing available to buy, and it’s possible to buy more than you need with an increase in available housing.
According to the report, more than 8 million new units of housing were added during the recession.
But the number of new units is down about 25% since last year, according both to the U.S. Census Bureau and the Census and Urban Institute.
It’s also possible to sell your home with a reduction in the number in the housing market.
That would leave you with an extra $1,400 in monthly rent payments and a reduction of up to $4,600 in your mortgage payments.
That could have a major impact on your ability to save.
In 2017, the median home price was $205,200, according an analysis by Zillow, a real estate search site.
But new housing started up at a rate of 4,700 units per month in 2018.
The median new home price fell to $175,000 in 2019, according Zillows analysis.
The U.N. Economic Commission for Europe estimates that more than 2 million people have been displaced by the recession and the ensuing economic hardship.
More than 6.1 million people, or 15% of the population, are living in emergency shelters, according data from U.K. homelessness charity Shelter.
Housing affordability The number of homes available to purchase in the U