Tuesday, the National Association of Homebuilders reported its monthly Housing Market Index (HMI) at 41, a one-tick improvement from September and the highest HMI value since June 2006 -- a span of 77 months.
As reported by the National Association of Home Builders, the Housing Market Index, a measure of builder confidence, rose to a reading of 40 in September -- its highest mark since June 2006.
For August 2012, the National Association of Homebuilders reports the monthly Housing Market Index at 37 -- an increase of more than 100% from one year ago and the highest HMI value since February 2007.
For the second time in three months, the National Association of Homebuilders reports that the Housing Market Index made sizable gains.
Home builders expect a strong second-half in the 2012 housing market.
After a brief dip in April, the National Association of Homebuilders reports that the Housing Market Index rose 5 points in May to 29.
For the first time in 3 months, homebuilder confidence has slipped.
Homebuilder confidence is soaring, reaching levels not seen in more than 4 years.
In another good sign for the housing market, today's home builders believe that the housing market has turned a corner. Homebuilder confidence is at a 19-month high.
Just two months after falling to a multi-month low, the Housing Market Index surged again in November, climbing another three points to 21