June manufactured housing shipments beat our forecast and came in at 1,326 homes shipped. Single-section and multi-section shipments were up a combined 16.1% from May with manufacturers … more
May Preliminary Data
The early look on May shows the month slightly trailing April and down 15% year-over-year on May of 2019. TDHCA was closed for a week in July due to positive COVID-19 tests … more
May manufactured housing shipments moved up slightly over April and the gains were better than the raw totals suggest. With the Memorial holiday and the month starting on a Friday, May had … more
April Preliminary Data
Starting again this month with the early data, April new home sales are -5.5% behind where March sales were one month ago and are currently down -22.6% from April of 2019. … more
Manufactured home shipments came in at their lowest April total in the last seven years as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic drastically reduced the run rates of the state’s factories. … more
March Preliminary Data
Because of the unprecedented impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the state, we are going to lead off this week with the early read on March.
Last month we … more
Manufactured home shipments remained strong in March coming in just 46 homes below our forecast.
The 3% increase over February was due to an increase in the number of production days, but … more
New home sales in January started the year with the highest total in our nine-year data set. Single-section sales were up 13% over 2019 while multi-section sales were essentially flat. … more
Manufactured home shipments hit the highest February total on record in our data set and while it was a leap year, the additional calendar day did not add any production days over 2019. … more
New home sales in December moved down from November, but finished the year strong with 13% growth over 2018.
Both single-section and multi-section home sales were up by similar margins … more