Source: WSJ


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4 Responses to “How the Land Lies for U.S. Home Builders”

  1. ottnott says:

    So how did supposedly “more constrained” areas like Las Vegas and California’s central valley end up with so many empty homes???

  2. san_fran_sam says:

    Two points i would like to make here….

    1. What is the constraint? Building permits? Land availability? Labor?

    2. For “constrained” read urban/suburban, for “unconstrained” read rural. Now it’s not exact. Dallas/Fort Worth looks unconstrained to me. and San Bernadino county is marked as constrained but it shows the whole county and no one was builing along the Nevada border.