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In this episode, Kendall Hoyd, owner of The Sharpen Group, talks about the challenges companies face as they grow and offers some strategic advice...

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Private residential construction spending declined 0.6% in January, as spending on single-family construction decreased 1.7%.

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We can always learn things from industry leaders, whether we work with them directly or simply appreciate what they have accomplished.

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The United States is not building enough homes to account for the number of people setting up their own households.

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Carter Lumber has announced plans to expand its South Carolina footprint with new operations in Florence County.

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While nationwide single-family housing starts have slowed in the past year, the largest drop on a percentage basis is occurring in the densest...

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In this episode, Kendall Hoyd, owner of The Sharpen Group, shares the importance and value of going through SBCA’s new Financial Management Concepts...

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The US housing market is at a crossroads.

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

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84 Lumber is proud to celebrate Women in Construction Week, March 5-11, and is among the growing number of companies eager to raise awareness...

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Sales of newly built, single-family homes rose 7.2% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 670,000, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban...

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NAHB has updated its "housing affordability pyramid" for 2023, and the latest data show that 64.8 million households out of a total of 132.5 million...

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