February’s Housing Market Index reading remains near the HMI’s highest level since April 2006, when the HMI reading reached 51.
The National Association of Homebuilders recently released its Improving Markets Index for the month of February.
The National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) Housing Market Index ended its 8-month winning streak this month.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) released its Housing Market Index (HMI), showing another monthly gain — its ninth in a row.
The Improving Market Index added 76 metropolitan areas in December as compared to the month prior.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) released its Housing Market Index (HMI) Tuesday, which showed sharp, 5-point increase to 46 for November 2012,
The NAHB released its Improving Market Index for November 2012. The index is up four-fold in just 12 months.
Tuesday, the National Association of Homebuilders reported its monthly Housing Market Index (HMI) at 41, a one-tick improvement from September and the highest HMI value since June 2006 — a span of 77 months.
The number of U.S. metropolitan area showing “measurable and sustained growth” climbed to 103 this month.
As reported by the National Association of Home Builders, the Housing Market Index, a measure of builder confidence, rose to a reading of 40 in September — its highest mark since June 2006.