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NLBMDA and NAHB oppose the PRO Act

The NAHB says the bill will negatively affect the construction labor market at a time of critical skilled worker shortages.

IRS releases employee retention credit guidance

The guidance covers when an employer is eligible to claim credit, qualified wages, and deductions regarding PPP loans.

The high cost of materials continues to present a challenge to builders.

Record framing lumber prices are up 180% since April 2020.

A lack of housing on the market is deterring potential home buyers.

The Las Vegas company offers foldable, stackable housing units with key components pre-built into the structure.

Single-family housing starts in January are 12.2% below the revised December 2020 rate.

A large number of home builders are also reporting concerns over obtaining materials.

Home builder association says it wants an end to tariffs on Canadian lumber imports.

Experts from John Burns Real Estate will discuss how consumer behavior trends impact the building materials industry.

Home prices continued to climb in January as the housing pool drains to a four-month supply.

Dealers, home builders and remodelers face a complicated hurdle when it comes to disposing of pressure-treated waste.

Economists at the International Builders Show expect solid single-family and remodeling growth this year.

As prices continue to climb, the housing supply continues to dwindle with properties scooped up quickly.

NAHB says housing demand remains strong, fueled by low mortgage rates and a shift to the suburbs.

A new series of variances looks to lift pressure treated lumber waste disposal burdens off of builders, remodelers, and LBM dealers.

Partnership brings Depot discounts to members of the homebuilder network.

Builders continue to face delays in obtaining building materials along with rising lumber prices.

After setbacks brought on by the pandemic, remodeling spending has fully recovered.

The pandemic has prompted potential home buyers to seek larger homes in the suburbs.

The National Association of Realtors reports double-digit price increases in 88% of the markets it tracks.

The virtual International Builders Show features more than 350 exhibitors and over 100 education sessions.

Unsold inventory now sits at an all-time low of a 1.9-month supply.

Single-family homes and remodeling fuel growth as non-residential spending declines in December.

Chuck Fowke has been elected to a second term as chairman of the National Home Builders Association

Year-over-year contract signings jumped 21.4%, the National Association of Realtors reports.

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