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A Dallas couple - expecting their first child in three months and expecting their first home together to be constructed shortly after that - are now...

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Offsite construction company Katerra, which has raised more than $2 billion from backers such as Japanese mega-investor SoftBank, has told employees...

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Less then two weeks removed from announcing its acquisition of American Construction Source, the building materials distributor reported that it has...

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Shortages of materials are now more widespread than at any at any time since NAHB began tracking the issue on a regular basis in the 1990s in is...

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North American softwood sawmill capacity increased by 1.4 billion board feet in the last year, according to Forisk.

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Transportation continues to be a major stumbling block for getting available lumber through the pipeline to the manufacturing facility and the...

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The latest NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index report shows that builder confidence in the market for newly built markets remains at 83 in May,...

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If you’re a dealer who has benefitted from the surge in residential construction, remodeling and home improvement sales in the past year, now might...

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Counter to expectations, the number of single-family homes built-for-rent (SFBFR) construction starts posted a year-over-year decline for the first...

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Is it possible that homeowners of the not-too-distant future will have large parts of their dwelling (or maybe even all of it) delivered from a...

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Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte will end the state's participation in federal pandemic-related unemployment benefit programs by the end of June, making...

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In a small fox valley town, an employee owned building material retailer is set to build a $27 million dollar facility to build roof and floor...

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