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An increased number of vacant lots are sitting unused as builders cautiously consider their building plans for the year ahead, a trend that could...

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Median square foot prices (excluding record-high improved lot values) for new for-sale single-family detached (SFD) homes started in 2022 increased...

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Lohse talks about SBCA education, committees and member engagement.

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In a pre-emptive move, NAHB has joined a group of 11 other leading organizations in the construction industry to send a letter to Senate and House...

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Stubbornly high mortgage rates that have climbed to a 23-year high and have remained above 7% for the past two months continue to take a heavy toll...

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A recent report, The 2023 Travelers Injury Impact Report, analyzed more than 1.2 million workers compensation claims submitted from 2016 through...

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Employment in the overall construction sector increased by 23,000 in October, following a 13,000 gain in September.

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A federal workplace safety investigation has found a Huntington contractor could have prevented a roofer's fatal fall at a Glen Cove worksite on...

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In response to fatal overdoses in the local construction industry, New York City’s health and buildings departments are teaming up to conduct...

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In the third quarter, 30.6% of U.S. single-family homes for sale were new construction, according to a recent report from Redfin.

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The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy committee held the federal funds rate at a top target rate of 5.5% at the conclusion of its November meeting.

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Edwin Dean Heil was hands-on, job-done.  And his life’s work spanned the breadth of the building business. 

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