Housing Market Report Incorporating NHBC Quarterly Statistics
If you need the most up-to-date commentary, data and analysis on the housing market, from the most authoritative sources, the Housing Market Report (HMR) is for you.
This publication, jointly compiled and written by NHBC and the Home Builders Federation is essential reading if you're tracking market trends.
Who reads it?
Housing Market Report (HMR) is relied on by industry and City analysts, academics, Government departments, banks and the planning/land acquisition divisions of the UK's largest builders.
Gives you the earliest possible 'steer' on housing demand
Each month, except December, HMR covers:
- the economy and what it means for the house building industry
- indicators for consumer demand
- the results of the HBF survey of builders covering site visits and reservations - providing the earliest possible steer on housing demand
- housing supply, Government policies and extensive analysis of NHBC data
- transactions and mortgages
- industry news.
Incorporating NHBC Quarterly Statistics
The January, April, July and October issues of HMR also includes the NHBC Quarterly Statistics. Derived from 80% of the new homes built in the UK, these statistics include new housing starts and completions, pricing and affordability data, sheltered housing data as well as house builder size and output figures.
Download your free sample of Housing Market Report
Annual subscriptions from £345 a year
Printed edition costs £345 a year for NHBC registered builders or HBF members, £395 for others. Additional subscriptions to the same address are £120 each.
PDF version by email costs £1045 a year for NHBC registered builders or HBF members, £1200 for others. This is for unlimited distribution within your business (must be a single legal entity).
An annual subscription comprises of 11 issues with no issue produced in DecemberOr for a free monthly snapshot of the Housing Market Report headlines, sign up to HMR Lite.
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