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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
New home sales slump across the nation in April – RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News Newly constructed single-family home sales slumped by 11.4 percent in April to a seasonally adjusted rate...
Experts: New home sales need to double to hit historic norms | 2017-05-23 | HousingWire After several months of high gains in new home sales, sales of new single-family homes...
PulteGroup: A Strong Homebuilder GARP Pick – PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE:PHM) | Seeking Alpha PulteGroup stands out as one of the premier homebuilders in the nation, with significant representation within various...
Homebuilders Will Sell With Rising Interest Rates And Slower Sales | Seeking Alpha Long end interest rates are rising, affecting mortgages and costs.Lenders are starting to contract from delinquent loans.Homebuilders...
Private Residential Construction Spending Slows in April | Eye On Housing NAHB analysis of Census Construction Spending data shows that total private residential construction spending stood at a seasonally adjusted...