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New home construction bounced back in February for the first time in six months, led by apartment buildings, but it’s unclear if the bounce...

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Pressure on America’s banks is fueling uncertainty in financial markets, causing concerns of a spillover to overall construction activity, according...

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After four consecutive declines, the producer price index (PPI) for inputs to residential construction less energy (i.e., building materials) rose...

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The building of new housing in the Twin Cities is being dominated by apartments.

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With Spring and better weather ahead, the market will get steadily busier in the weeks ahead.

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The US housing market is at a crossroads.

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Data from the Census Bureau’s latest Survey of Market Absorptions of New Multifamily Units (SOMA) indicates that the multifamily market continues to...

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President Joe Biden has announced his intent to nominate Julie Su for labor secretary.

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Strong job openings, wage growth and robust investment into equipment, IT and overall plant construction indicate the U.S. economy should avoid a...

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Federal workplace safety inspectors have again cited a Derry contractor for not protecting their employees against potentially lethal falls, this...

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While the two main confidence indexes for multifamily housing increased slightly in the fourth quarter, they both remain in negative territory,...

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In 1992, I was content to be a frontline supervisor in the airline industry. I enjoyed the job and liked working in an exciting industry. I...

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