Permit Reports

Permit Reports

Find out who is building and where with the HBA’s monthly residential permit reports. The HBA gathers this highly relevant data thanks to a unique relationship with the permit departments in the eight counties and seventy cities that comprise the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area. Every month the HBA provides this valuable information in a variety of reports that are available to members of the HBA by subscription. To learn more about permit subscriptions contact Jordynn Webster, Jordynn@kchba.org.

In addition, the HBA issues a news release with the Residential Building Permit Statistical Report to the public. View the most recent Statistical Report by clicking the button below.

September Single-Family Permit Activity Down

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Single-Family Permits Up in August, Down Year-to-Date

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2022 Permit Numbers Continue to Lag 2021 Activity Level

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Metro Single Family Home Starts Down 16% YTD

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Residential Construction Permits Down Again in May

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Kansas City New-Home Construction Dips Slightly in April

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1Q 2022 Single-Family Permits Down Compared to 1Q 2021

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Number of Single-Family Permits Issued Dips in February

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Single-Family New Home Activity Begins Year On Upside

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Single-Family Permits End the Year on a High

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Single-Family Permits Up 20% as of November 2021

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Residential Permits Surpass 2020’s Total

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Single-Family Permit Activity Dips in September

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Single-Family Permits Remain Resilient in August

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Permit Activity Dips Slightly in July; Activity Up Overall from 2020

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June New Housing Permits Show Continuing Climb for the Year

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Metro New Home Construction Edges Down in May (May 2021)

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April Maintains Momentum in New Home Construction (April 2021)

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2021 Residential Permitting Increases During First Quarter (March 2021)

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