Indianapolis-area residential builders filed 546 single-family construction permits in the nine-county area last month, their best April since 2007.
Indianapolis-area residential builders are off to their best start in almost a decade thanks to a big surge in new-home buying the past two months.
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Builders in the nine-county area filed the same number of single-family construction permits last month as they did in January 2015.
Home builders in the nine-county metropolitan area saw a surge in buyers in December, helping 2015 turn out to be a positive year for local home construction.
If homes don’t have a high enough price tag, a municipality could end up losing money. That’s because, under the state’s property tax caps, lower assessed values might not generate enough tax to cover the cost of city services.
Area home builders saw a 9 percent increase in buyers in October, according to the latest permit numbers from the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.
Buyer demand proved so strong this summer that Hoosiers bought 9,080 existing homes in June alone—the state’s second-largest one-month sales tally in the past 12 years.
Area home builders saw an 8-percent increase in buyers in September, according to the latest permit numbers from the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.
Builders filed 456 single-family construction permits in the nine-county metropolitan area in August. That's a 2-percent increase from August 2014 and a 4-percent rise from the previous month.
Wet weather and a shortage of lots contributed to a 17-percent decrease in permit filings in the nine-county metropolitan area in July.
Builders filed 530 single-family permits in the nine-county metropolitan area in June, the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis said Thursday. That's a 9-percent increase from June 2014.
Builders filed 497 single-family permits in the nine-county metropolitan area in May, a 6-percent decrease from May 2014. Permits have fallen on a year-over-year basis for two straight months and in three of the last four.