The Small Business Administration shared a massive file. We edited it.
Unemployment, gas prices, stocks and confidence.
More than two-thirds of DIYers are busier than ever.
Here’s the replay from “Maintaining the Supply Chain” in a COVID world
A closely watched metric remains well below pre-pandemic levels.
A pre-pandemic survey provides insights into broad consumer-spending trends.
Sales at retailers classified as building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers were up double digits in May.
A survey shows pandemic-induced cutbacks hurt customer service across the retail industry,
Big numbers on the stock roundup and unemployment dial.
Under-building and pent-up demand could energize home building.
Principia research shows high demand, low virus count in Lone Star State.
Consumer confidence depressed, but stocks show strength.
The National Association of Realtors expects buying activity to quickly increase as states reopen.
Three major charts, three major declines.
Measuring attitudes during a 'severe and widespread' crisis.
Single-family homes gain in popularity as remote work becomes more prevalent.
Home builder price cuts are more prevalent in the South and Midwest.
Unadjusted monthly sales maintain an upward trajectory.
Industry sales avoid most of the U.S. retail damage in April.
Despite a crisis, construction moves ahead with the need for labor savings.
This week’s big number: the unemployment rate
NAHB Index falls to lowest reading since 2012.
Through it all, stocks climbed in April. Consumer Confidence did not.
Joint Center for Housing Studies revises its home remodeling spending projections.
Windows, roofing, siding, doors and more hover around 90%
Conference Board reports record drop in Present Situation Index.