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Housing starts, permits rise in December
Single-family permits close 2021 at a rate 2% higher than the previous month.
Builder confidence steps back in January
Inflation, supply chain issues, and labor shortages take their toll on builder sentiment.
3D home builder Apis Cor receives SEC clearance
The Melbourne, Fla.-based company has developed advanced technologies and materials for the 3D-printed home industry.
NAHB: Domestic sawmills not keeping up with housing demand
Home builder association says the sawmill industry has pointed to labor challenges as a major reason for limited manufacturing.
Structurlam opens new Terminus project in British Columbia
The building meets a variety of structural considerations, including fire ratings, seismic benchmarks, and structural performance.
Talking mass timber with Structurlam CEO Hardy Wentzel
Structurlam's top executive discusses overcoming the pandemic and what's ahead for mass timber.
Existing-home sales and prices rise in November
The median existing single-family home price was $362,600 in November, up 14.9% from November 2020.
Hacking for Homebuilding: the winners
Big ideas for construction innovation emerge, again, in Idaho.
Prices for residential construction materials continue to rise
Softwood lumber increased 6.9% in November and has gained 16.1% since September.
Housing starts take a big step forward in November
Single-family permits increased by 2.7% for the month.
Home builder sentiment ends 2021 on solid ground
While battling numerous obstacles, including inflation and production setbacks, builder confidence edges up in December.
Construction job openings deepen
Data shows that open construction jobs increased to 410,000 positions in October.
Structurlam names new Seattle mass timber specialist
Jon Potter is charged with building Structurlam’s presence in the Pacific Northwest.
NAHB wants help in combatting lumber tariffs
The association says lumber tariff increases will exacerbate market volatility and put more pressure on lumber prices.