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Private construction spending beats public spending in 2017 | Construction Dive Total private-sector spending was up 6.5%, bolstered by residential construction. But private nonresidential construction spending fell 3.1%. Dive Brief: In an analysis...
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U.S. factory, construction data brighten economic outlook | Reuters U.S. factory activity increased more than expected in December, boosted by a surge in new orders growth, in a further sign...
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How Construction Costs, Lot Prices Impacted Sales in 2017 According to a recent NAHB survey of home builders, construction costs account for 55.6% of the final sales price of the...
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US new home sales race to more than 10-year high in November. Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly rose in November, hitting their highest level in more than 10...
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New-Home Sales Surge: Is That Good or Bad for Buyers? After a few months of drops in the number of buyers who scooped up these newly constructed abodes, sales are...
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Why Fewer New Homes Are on the Horizon Despite the Housing Shortage. Builders received fewer permits to put up new homes in September–and that could have a big impact on...
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Here’s why new home sales tanked Newly built homes are more expensive than they’ve ever been before. That’s why sales are suffering. Newly built homes are more expensive than they’ve...
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