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NEW Fannie Mae Predicts Slower Growth, Fewer Rate Hikes
NEW Private and Public Construction Spending Increased
NEW Residential Construction Numbers Start 2019 with a Bang
NEW December's Construction Spending Up From Last Year
NEW Low Rates, Slower Price Gains Point to Home Sales Bounce
NEW December's Residential Construction Report Not Worth the Wait
NEW Low Rates and Strong Jobs Numbers Bolster Builder Confidence
NEW Delayed November Construction Numbers Largely Positive
NEW Fannie Mae VP: Lenders Need More Inventory!
NEW Freddie Mac Forecast Sees Lower Interest Rates Holding
NEW Older Homes Deter Upgrade of Housing Stock
NEW Builder Confidence Buoyed by Lower Rates
NEW A Positive Housing Report? November Residential Construction Changes Course
NEW Housing Forecasts Are Getting More Consistent
NEW Public Spending Buoys October Construction Numbers
NEW Housing Forecasts: When Cooling Isn't so Cool.
NEW Home Prices Still Increasing - Just a Little Slower
NEW Troublesome Housing Sector Drags Down Economic Projections
NEW Mixed Residential Construction Results, Another Lackluster Month
NEW Multifamily Construction Boosts Residential Spending Numbers
NEW Freddie Sees Home Sales Regaining Momentum in 2019
NEW Weakening Home Prices Are Not a Signal for 2008 Reboot
NEW Housing Construction Down But Not Out
NEW Small Monthly Gains in Construction Spending Start to Add Up
NEW Home Prices Slowing Their Momentum, Catching up With Housing
NEW Housing Market Struggles to Keep Pace With US Economy
NEW Home Starts Improve, but There's a Catch
NEW Fannie Thinks Economic Expansion Just Peaked
NEW Increasingly Dire Labor Shortages in Builder Trades
NEW Freddie Sees 2 Big Problems For Housing
NEW Construction Numbers Post Sluggish Recovery
NEW Economic Environment Depressing Millennal Homeownership
NEW MBA Says New Home Purchase Apps Reflect Housing Start Surge
NEW Labor Shortages, Material Costs, Cause Construction Stumble in June
NEW Home Price Gains are Beginning to Hurt Sales
NEW NAHB Sees Lopsided Growth in Housing Starts
NEW Fannie Sees Growth Slowing, Turns Bearish on Housing
NEW Housing Permits Soften, Starts Plummet
NEW Construction Spending Remains Strong Despite Headwinds
NEW Housing Starts Rebounded in May, Permits Still Lag
NEW Residential and Private Construction Numbers Solid in April
NEW NAR Curtails Earlier Home Sales Estimates
NEW Housing Starts Weakened as Expected in April
NEW Residential Building Drags Down Construction Numbers
NEW Trade War Risks a Dark Cloud For an Otherwise Bright Economy - Fannie Mae
NEW Housing Starts, Permits Stage Spring Recovery
NEW Construction Spending Stalled for Second Month
NEW Housing Starts and Permits Roll Back January Gains
NEW Freddie/Fannie Program and Guideline Changes; Powell Takes Center Stage
NEW Construction Spending Down Despite Increase in Single Family