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Dodging rain, snow and COVID in Rochester, New York, NAHB members and Construction, Codes & Standards staff again successfully argued for decent,...

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Single-family starts declined in April, as higher interest rates weighed on housing affordability, producing a fifth straight decline for...

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In a sign that the housing market is now slowing, builder confidence took a steep drop in May as growing affordability challenges in the form of...

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Associated Builders and Contractors urged President Biden’s U.S. DOL to withdraw what the association calls an "inflationary and flawed" proposed...

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Buyer inventories remain low and housing starts are strong, but production appears to be doing a good job keeping up with supply.

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In this episode, Brian Kerkhoff, president of KA Components in Otterbein, Indiana, talks about how they strive to build trust and loyalty with their...

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SBCA president Gene Frogale welcomed people to the birth of the United States as he took several attendees of the SBCA Open Quarterly Meeting (OQM)...

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In the video below, Builders FirstSource touches upon why they are partnering with House of Design to bring robotic automation to their production...

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High-flying lumber prices helped drive a 19.2% revenue increase by this year's Construction Supply 150, with vast differences in growth depending on...

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Housing affordability posted a modest gain for average conditions in the first quarter of 2022 as a strong jump in national median income helped to...

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The Associated Builders and Contractors Construction Backlog Indicator increased to 8.8 months in April, according to an ABC member survey conducted...

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As we mentioned previously, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed new labor rules that would dramatically change long-existing "prevailing...

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