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Housing units authorized but not started in United States: Raise in July 2018

Housing units authorized climbed slightly by 0.98 percent in comparison to the previous month, according to revised numbers presented by U.S. Census Bureau. The indicator hardly increased by 1.7 thousands, as it follows the tendency of the prior month when it went up by 4.59 percent. When considering the year before, it can be announced that the variable was decreasing by -9.81 percent and attained 140.6 thousands in July. Year-on-year, this pinpoints a 24.47 percent change between July 2017 and the same month the year after. United States saw a growth of 30.4% in housing units authorized during the last 50 years. Compared to its average, the housing units authorized is now higher as the mean equals 171.32 thousands with a overall drop since the 1968. It hit its all-time high of 434.6 thousands in March 1973 and record low of 73.8 thousands in November 2011.

Housing units authorized but not started in United States: Raise in July 2018
Date Thousands Variation
Jul. 2018 175.00 0.98
Jun. 2018 173.30 4.59
May. 2018 165.70 0.61
Apr. 2018 164.70 -0.12
Mar. 2018 164.90 4.43
Feb. 2018 157.90 0.25
Jan. 2018 157.50 2.67
Dec. 2017 153.40 6.31
Nov. 2017 144.30 -3.48
Oct. 2017 149.50 -1.19

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