On the latest episode of NAHB’s Housing Developments podcast, CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin discuss some of the legislation that...Read Post
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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,...Read Post
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...Read Post
Counter to expectations, the number of single-family homes built-for-rent (SFBFR) construction starts posted a year-over-year decline for the first...Read Post
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...Read Post
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte will end the state's participation in federal pandemic-related unemployment benefit programs by the end of June, making...Read Post
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...Read Post
To attract the younger buyer, we highlight our housing, demographic, and consumer research which leads to opportunities in marketing and home design.Read Post
Prices paid for goods used in residential construction ex-energy rose 1.7% in April (not seasonally adjusted) and have increased 12.4% over the past...Read Post
TAL Holdings LLC, the 11-store chain of retail building material centers in Oregon and Washington, has reached an agreement in principle to acquire...Read Post
Housing production declined in April due to rising prices and limited availability of lumber and other building materials.Read Post
North America’s sawmills can’t keep up with demand, which has sent wood prices on a meteoric rise. Don’t expect new mills to start popping up though.Read Post