Residential window tintings in the U.S. fall for third straight year

Residential window tintings in the U.S. fall for third straight year

Residential window tints are falling for the third straight month, according to the latest data from the National Association of Home Builders.

The number of residential windows in use fell for the fifth straight month in February, while commercial windows saw the steepest fall since October.

The data is the latest to show that the housing market is still fragile after months of rapid gains.

It comes as home prices have risen faster than inflation since last year, prompting investors to take on record amounts of debt.

The National Association said Tuesday that it expects residential window tint prices to decline to $1,050 a square foot in 2018, down 3.4 percent from last year’s peak of $2,000.

Commercial window tint prices are expected to fall to $850 a square inch, down 0.7 percent.

The median price of a commercial window in February was $1.2 million, according for The Associated Press.

The group expects commercial window tint rates to decline by more than a third from the current $2.80 a square feet to $2 a square in 2020.

The latest decline in residential window prices comes after the U of T said that residential window use dropped in January for the first time since 2008, when the housing boom began.

The institute said residential window pricing is expected to decline 0.5 percent in 2020 from a year earlier.

A survey of the nation’s major cities showed that commercial vacancy rates fell to a four-year low last month, while rental vacancy rates also declined to a nine-year high.

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