Jul 4, 2013 at 7:49 am
a new u-s census report finds north dakota’s rate of housing growth is the highest in the nation. The c-b says the state added seven-thousand-388 new housing units in 2012 -- a growth rate of two-point-three percent. The u-s average was point-three. Two north Dakota counties ranked first and second in the nation in terms of growth….williams and ward. Burleigh…morton…stark…cass…mcclean…and ramsey were also made the top 100 list. Grand forks was ranked 58th with a growth rate of one-point-four percent.
Minnesota mirrored the national growth rate of point-three percent – at six-thousand-641 units