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Real Estate & Construction

Real Estate & Construction

Industry research reports of 30-40 pages on over 700 U.S. industries.  Has 35 reports on Construction, and 19 reports on Real Estate. 


MarketLine Advantage
U.S. and international sub-industry profiles and company profiles throughout real estate.


Value Line
Covers publicly traded Home building companies and REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts), including financia
l performance, analysis, ratings, and FFO (Funds From Operations) data in the downloadable PDF Value Line Reports, available at the bottom of the industry's information landing page. 


Maximum 3 users at once! An easy-to-use interface offering thousands of data variables that can be used when building custom maps and tables.  (Register for a free account to save and return to your work.)  Variables cover many aspects of housing and real estate, and coverage goes down to very local (e.g. zip code) levels.  


Plunketts Research Online
Market research, industry statistics, trends, and in-depth analysis of top companies.  Spans several major industry categories, including Real Estate. 


Business Source Complete
Covers virtually all business subjects.  Includes content from several real estate journals, e.g. The Journal of Real Estate Portfolio ManagementReal Estate Economics, and Housing Finance International, as well as real estate trade publications, including National Real Estate Investor and Commercial Property Executive.   


RAND California Statistics
The Business & Economic database includes a section on Real Estate, offering statistics on the following categories:

  • New Construction Permits in California Counties and Cities
  • Housing Foreclosures
  • Housing Prices and Transactions
  • Non-Residential Vacancy
  • U.S. Residential Construction


S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices
The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices are the leading measures of U.S. residential real estate prices, tracking changes in the value of residential real estate both nationally as well as in 20 metropolitan regions.  From the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.


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