New Residential Sales
Quarterly Sales by Price and Financing - US and Regions (In Excel)
History Tables (below are in PDF)To view the tables in Excel format, click here.
ON-LINE PUBLICATIONS (PDF Format prior to April 2001)PDF files of historic construction publications. The C20, C21, C22 and C25 reports have been discontinued.
The ENERGY STAR program, managed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), promotes energy-efficient products and homes that preserve natural resources and lessen greenhouse gas emissions, as well as reduce consumers' energy bills. The ENERGY STAR mark on a new home signifies that it uses significantly less energy for heating, cooling, and water heating than a standard home built to code. ENERGY STAR's Web site features a market index for each state and the District of Colombia that estimates ENERGY STAR's market penetration in the new homes sector. Each index utilizes housing permit data reported by the U.S. Census Bureau.
For questions, visit our Question and Answer Center at ask.census.gov or contact the Residential Construction Branch at (301)763-5160.