WASHINGTON, DC-According to a survey conducted by ThomsonReuters, economists expect that the construction of apartments andnew homes may have come down to 3% in September from the previousmonth to an annual rate of around 580,000. Permits for newlyapproved buildings are estimated to increase up to 1.9%.

In August, home construction grew 10.5% from the previous month.Although builders are negative about housing market, they arefeeling better than they did in the summer. For the fullstory, go to The San Diego UnionTribune.

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