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NEW Most Builders Locking in Lumber Prices or Passing Increases Through
NEW Housing Starts Reach Highest Levels Since 2006
NEW Residential Outlays Dominate Construction Spending
NEW Construction Starts and Permits Took a Double-Digit Hit in February
NEW Construction Spending Rising Twice as Fast as Expected
NEW Permitting Soars as Builders Prep for Spring
NEW Residential Construction Spending Grew by 11.8% in 2020
NEW Pending Home Sales' Recent Decline is Nothing Compared to Yearly Gains
NEW Existing Home Sales Reach Highest Levels Since 2006
NEW Upbeat 2021 Econ Forecast From Fannie Mae
NEW Construction Surges to Highest Levels in 15 Years
NEW Residential Spending Continues to Lead Construction Numbers
NEW Housing Permits and Starts Show no Signs of Slowing Down
NEW Upgraded Economic Outlook, But is Stellar Housing Sustainable?
NEW Realtor Survey Shows Promise: Post-Pandemic Recovery Will Continue
NEW Residential Sector Was Key to October Construction Spending Increase
NEW Strong Construction Data Led by Single Family Homes
NEW Residential Construction Was a Bright Spot for September
NEW Looks Like Residential Construction is Back on Track
NEW Residential Construction Spending Up 7%
NEW Fannie's Forecast Sees a Brightening Recovery
NEW Pace of Construction Slows after Three Busy Months
NEW Construction Spending Report Saved by Multi-Family Sector
NEW Highest Home Sales Since 2005. Can It Last?
NEW Custom Home Building is on a Roll
NEW Purchase Apps Still Rising Despite Rate Increases
NEW Homebuilding is on Fire; Best Pace in Over a Decade
NEW Economists Upbeat on Q3, Home Sales Growth Is Too Good To Last
NEW MBA Predicts New Home Sales Surge in July
NEW Construction Spending Largely Unchanged as Shutdowns End
NEW Mother-In-Law Units Helping to Fill Housing Demand
NEW Construction Continues Post-Plunge Gains
NEW Forecasters See Surprisingly Strong Housing Rebound, But There Are Risks
NEW Construction Spending Showing Promise
NEW Record Surge in Pending Home Sales
NEW New Home Construction is Officially Picking Back Up
NEW April Construction Spending Still Besting 2019 Numbers
NEW April's Harsh Residential Construction Numbers Meet Expectations
NEW Fannie Says Q2 Will be Tough, but Housing, Healthcare Should Bolster Recovery
NEW Healthcare and Public Safety Expenditures Boost Construction in April
NEW Fannie Mae Predicts Short But Excruciating Downturn
NEW This Chart of New Home Construction Looks Surprisingly Good Despite Biggest Hit in 40 Years
NEW (Home) Building our Way out of Crisis
NEW Single-Family, Public Construction Spending on Upswing
NEW Residential Construction Remains Strong as it Awaits Coronavirus Impact
NEW Low Rates and Rising Income Boosted Home Price Growth in January
NEW Residential Construction Spending Surged in January
NEW Existing Home Sales Showing Resilience and Lots of Potential for 2020
NEW A Sharp Increase in January Housing Permits Defies Predictions
NEW Fannie Mae Upgrades GDP, Many Housing Forecasts