Home Permits in St. Johns County Up 30 Percent in Q1 2012

10 04 2012

St. Johns County continues to outpace the rest of the region in homebuilding, according to the Northeast Florida Builders Association. In March, 55 percent of all new home permits in the region were pulled in St. Johns County.

Of the 324 home building permits pulled in March, 178 were in St. Johns County. Builders pulled 87 permits in Duval County, 44 in Clay and 15 in Nassau.

Permits throughout the region were up over March 2011, when builders pulled a total of 275 permits. Of those, 99 permits, or 36 percent, were in St. Johns County; 124, or 45 percent, were in Duval.

Building permits pulled in the first quarter were up over the first quarter of 2011. Builders pulled a total of 838 permits in the first quarter, up 30 percent from 644 in the first quarter of 2011.

Source: Jacksonville Business Journal

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