U.S. Home Construction Reaches Strongest Pace in a Year, But Falls in the West

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Associated Press

Construction of new homes in the United States climbed 13.7% in October, the biggest jump in a year, as builders broke ground on more apartments and single-family houses. But the increase wasn’t spread nationwide: Construction declined in the West. The Commerce Department said Friday that the monthly gain put U.S. housing starts at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.29 million units. That is the best pace for home construction in 12 months.

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