Existing-home sales backed off their peak in March, and stocks also slid further behind month-ago levels.
An industry analyst from RBC Capital Markets says the new tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber amount to a “papercut.” (Source: CNBC)
Housing starts fell overall in April, weighed down by activity in multifamily, even as single-family starts inched ahead.
A report from Freedonia points to a continued recovery in building construction activity that will generate demand.
Building specialty and outdoor specialty segments see a dip on the Barometer.
A large portion of the retail workforce is at risk of becoming “stranded workers.”
The case for shelving, specifically that one bookcase that's now in my office.
The 2017 U.S. Houzz Landscape Trends Study reflects the responses of 977 U.S. Houzz users.
Monthly sales painted a picture of steadfast progress for hardware and home; stocks continued to flounder.
A study from Sherwin-Williams suggests a lot of homeowners stick to neutrals, even though they claim to like vibrant colors.