Murfreesboro’s Single-family permits and New Commercial development declined in 2017 but residential construction by dollar value in the same period increased 15 percent. “Permitting of new single-family homes in Murfreesboro dropped somewhat in 2017 as lot inventory failed to keep pace with demand and a growing number of potential first-time homebuyers seek to live in rental properties due to the high cost of lots and construction,” said City Planning Director Gary Whitaker.

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