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Core metro markets see biggest single-family building declines
The NAHB says residential construction in more affordable areas could lead to a housing turnaround.
Construction job openings rise as hiring stalls
Residential special trade contractor hiring is flat in May at 2.328 million jobs.
With supply limited, more home buyers turn to new construction
The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage hit 7.24% this week compared to 7.20% a week ago.
NAHB applauds Supreme Court WOTUS decision
The ruling narrows the federal government's authority in regulating bodies of water.
Pending home sales flat in April
All four U.S. regions see double-digit slides from a year ago.
New home sales are up as prices fade
The average sales price falls 10% in April and 11% on a year-over-year basis.
BIP partners with Building Talent Foundation
As the residential construction industry faces a massive labor shortage, BIP and BTF look to advance education and training.
NAHB launches new Multifamily Market Survey
Multifamily builders indicate that it has become more difficult to obtain loans for development.
Builders FirstSource CEO talks housing in first national interview
Dave Rush says Builders FirstSource projects 2023 housing starts to finish above expectations.
Existing-home sales fall in April
Single-family home sales are down 3.5% from the prior month.
More builders raising prices as traffic accelerates
The latest findings of the HomeSphere/BTIG survey shows more builders say sales are better than expected.
Builder confidence rises 5 points in May
Home builder sentiment has risen five straight months, partly due to a lack of existing housing inventory.
Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act returns
The legislation expands and strengthens the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit.
NAHB makes leadership moves
The association has named its new CEO and chief lobbyist.