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Hometrack comments on recent housebuilder trading updates

On 15 January, 2016

Following recent trading updates from housebuilders, Alex Rose, Managing Director of Data Analytics at Hometrack, comments on the market.

“The operating environment for house builders is strong with improved land availability and greater availability of mortgages supporting growth in output in a market where builders are delivering homes into a supply constrained market. Government schemes to support demand are a key feature of the market and Starter Homes will open up demand and support further growth in new housing supply in the years ahead. “

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