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NEW Rising Rates: Who Will Be Hit and How Hard?
NEW A Happy New Year for Construction Stats
NEW Health Care Construction a Big Winner in 2017
NEW Although Pending Sales Up, NAR Warns of Tax Law Implications
NEW Tax Bill Will Have Winners, Losers Fannie Says
NEW New Home Construction Retreats Quickly in December
NEW November Construction Spending Comes in Hot
NEW Homebuilding Activity Stronger Than Forecast
NEW Fannie Forecast Improves, Tax Bill Seen as Double-Edged Sword
NEW Residential Dollars Behind Much of Construction Spending Gains
NEW Best Year in a Decade? Good, but not Great
NEW Q3 was "Rough Patch" for Housing; Q4 Indicators Not Positive
NEW Home Building Surges to Year's Best Levels, Erasing Summertime Sadness
NEW Realtors Blast Tax Plan Again, Present Ideas for Increasing Homeownership
NEW Housing Starts Still Under The Weather; Single-Family Permits on The Mend
NEW Hurricanes Impact on Housing Could Last
NEW Construction Numbers Look Much Better Broken Down by State
NEW Construction Spending Up for First Time in Three Months
NEW New Home Inventory Crosses 6-Month Supply Mark as Sales Lag
NEW Building Permits Regain Footing, Housing Starts Still Struggling
NEW Residential Sector Continues to Buoy the Construction Spending
NEW Pending Sales Slide on "Staggering" Lack of Inventory
NEW Don't Bet on a Home Price Reversal Just Yet
NEW Construction Indicators Slide, Housing Starts Suffer
NEW NAHB Says Labor Shortages Worsening
NEW MBA Expects Nosedive in July New Home Sales
NEW Multifamily Sector Drags Down Construction Spending
NEW Freddie Mac: Why We are Building So Few Houses?
NEW Housing Starts/Permits Convincingly End Recent Slump
NEW Fannie Mae Sees Growth Slowing, Housing Restrained by Inventories
NEW Builders Point Out Silver Lining in Fewer Job Openings
NEW Residential Spending has Bad Month; Holds up Well Overall
NEW Signs of Deceleration Despite Record High Home Price Index - Case-Shiller
NEW Freddie Singing a Different Tune on Housing/Mortgage Outlook
NEW Tear-Downs Accounted for 10% of 2016 Housing Starts
NEW Drop in Housing Starts Could Intensify Inventory Issues
NEW States Changing Lending and Foreclosure Laws; Housing Starts
NEW Harvard Report Raises Housing Supply, Affordability Issues
NEW NAR Paper Identifies Homeownership Hurdles
NEW Single Family Sector is Rare Winner in Construction Spending Report
NEW Freddie Mac Pulls a 180 in Housing Outlook
NEW April Permits, Starts, Slip from March Levels
NEW Residential Construction Spending Continues to Rise
NEW Construction Data, While Ragged, Still Trends Higher
NEW Inventory is Key to 2017 Housing Market
NEW Residential Construction Spending Up 6.4 Percent Annually
NEW New Construction Beginning at a Quicker Pace Despite Decline in Permits
NEW Residential Construction Spending Remains Flat
NEW Building Permits Approaching Post-Meltdown Highs
NEW Single Family Construction Spending Picked up in December