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Massive cancellations spoil the already low sales of new homes. Inventory overload at Deep Housing Bust level 1. Drop in customer traffic

Lambert here: More problems…. Wolf Richter, editor of Wolf Street. Originally published on Wolf Street. Sales of new single-family homes have been zigzag down for months. They rose 7.5% in October from September, after falling 11% in September, according to the Census Bureau. At a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 632,000 homes, they are down

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Florida Shore Homes Declared Structurally Unsafe After Storm Nicole

At least 25 single-family homes in Wilbur-by-the-Sea, Fla., were evacuated after they were declared structurally unsafe following Tropical Storm Nicole, the Volusia Sheriff’s Office said. The sheriff’s office said county and municipal building inspectors also declared 24 hotels and condominiums unsafe and ordered them to be evacuated. Video filmed by Carlos Andrade shows damaged homes

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Gas: NSW region shutdown, 20,000 homes without gas or hot water.

Some 20,000 customers in the central highlands of New South Wales were left without gas to heat their showers, houses and cook their meals after a major gas cut. The blackout affected residents of Bathurst, Lithgow, Oberon and Wallerawang. A spokesman for gas supplier Jemena said the outage was the result of an incident at

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Pag-IBIG financed 13,131 homes in January-September

PAG-IBIG fund leaders announced on Wednesday that the agency has funded 13,131 social homes for members on minimum wages and the underprivileged from January through September of this year. “We are pleased to announce that we continue to provide our members from the minimum wage and low income sectors with affordable funds to purchase their

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Sales of new single-family homes fell in September

New single-family home sales fell in September, down 10.9% to a seasonally adjusted 603,000 year-on-year from 677,000 in August. The fall in September was the seventh decline in nine months, sending sales down 28.1% from their December 2021 level and 41.8% from their August 2020 post-crisis peak. September sales are below the 50-year average (see

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