It relates growth in the of household growth in this Highlight are derived from household number of households to the number of new homes constructed, estimates, not the dwelling estimates. [...] In fact, individual age segments of the slowed and the generation entering the housing market was smaller population in 2006 were on the whole somewhat less likely to maintain than in previous decades, the annual growth in households fell to an households than in 2001.6 In other words, had each age group exhibited average of slightly over 150,000. [...] Since each household has a unique usual place the rate of housing completions and household growth in the period of residence, the number of principal residences equals the number of from 2001 to 2006. [...] It follows that the size of the housing stock could change insufficient precision to allow for a precise accounting.14 independently of the number of households if the number of vacancies or the number of secondary homes or both changed. [...] Totals are based on the 3rd quarter of the initial year of the period through the 2nd quarter of the last year.
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