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September 14, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Single-family housing starts in Ventura County totaled 109 in July, up from 106 in June and 97 in July, 1992, according to the Construction Industry Research Board. The industry trade group said 45 multifamily units were started in the county in July, up from 22 in June but down from 75 in July, 1992.
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February 6, 1996 | JACK SEARLES
Despite a generally soft real estate market, construction of single-family homes in Ventura County soared more than 18% in 1995, reaching its highest level since the boom days of 1989. A total of 1,948 new houses were started in the county last year, according to the Construction Industry Research Board, a trade group. Tract activity was strong last year in Simi Valley, Ventura, Oxnard and other parts of the county.
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BUSINESS
February 6, 1996 | JACK SEARLES
Despite a generally soft real estate market, construction of single-family homes in Ventura County soared more than 18% in 1995, reaching its highest level since the boom days of 1989. A total of 1,948 new houses were started in the county last year, according to the Construction Industry Research Board, a trade group. Tract activity was strong last year in Simi Valley, Ventura, Oxnard and other parts of the county.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Single-family housing starts in Ventura County totaled 109 in July, up from 106 in June and 97 in July, 1992, according to the Construction Industry Research Board. The industry trade group said 45 multifamily units were started in the county in July, up from 22 in June but down from 75 in July, 1992.
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June 6, 1995 | Jack Searles
Housing starts in Ventura County totaled 204 in April, up from 162 in March and 122 a year earlier, a trade group reports. Construction of single-family homes registered gains, but permits declined for new multifamily units, including apartments and condominiums, according to the Construction Industry Research Board. The board said 182 single-family homes were started in the county in April, compared to 112 in March and 104 in April, 1994.
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