Friday, August 12 2022

Residential building permit activity for single-family homes in the four largest cities in northwest Arkansas is well behind last year’s pace in the first six months of 2022.

According to city-by-city permit data collected by the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal, 804 residential building permits were issued through June in Bentonville, Fayetteville, Rogers and Springdale. This is a decrease of 15.2% compared to the same period of 2021 (949 permits).

Permits through June this year have a combined value of $369.31 million, up 25.8% from $293.53 million last year.

Fayetteville officials issued the most permits through June with 300 ($121.61 million), but that’s down nearly 30% from a year earlier of 427 ($114.60 million). dollars).

The report from other cities in the first six months was:

  • Bentonville: 285 permits, $142.99 million (2022); 150 permits, $58 million (2021)
  • Rogers: 127 permits, $52.61 million (2022); 279 permits, $87.94 million (2021)
  • Springdale: 92 permits, $52.10 million (2022); 93 permits, $32.99 million (2021)

In Bella Vista, through June of this year, city officials issued 311 permits worth $105.45 million. That’s down slightly from 316 permits and $90.07 million in the same period of 2021.

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