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Home starts dip 2.8% in October as builder confidence clicks back up
U.S. home starts fell 2.8 percent in October to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.009 million, according to preliminary data ...
Construction spending dips 0.8% in August due to fall in nonresidential
U.S. construction spending saw its second dip of the year in August, falling 0.8 percent. Spending was at a seasonally adjusted ...
Is construction “dead in the water”? Greenspan comment highlights industry’s mixed feelings about recovery
Despite many positives in the industry right now, Alan Greenspan is pointing a finger of blame in construction's direction. According to ...
Home starts fall 9.3% to 9-month low in June, but builder confidence is on the rise
After gains in Spring jumpstarted what many hoped would be a high-activity construction season following a harsh winter, construction on ...
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Home starts fall 6.5% in May as apartment construction and permits slow
May represented a down month for residential construction in the U.S. as both home starts and permits decreased. U.S. home construction ...
Despite slow start to 2014 and concerns, top construction economists forecast growth in spending and jobs
The outlook from respected economists in the construction industry continues to be mixed as all the elements for growth are ...
Construction expected to grow 8% this year with “groundhog”-like growth from nonresidential
Construction industry consultant FMI has released what it calls a "cautiously optimistic" outlook for the industry in 2014 in its ...
Construction booming in Texas thanks to solid economy
A recent report from Business Investors Daily takes an in-depth look at the booming construction industry in Texas, saying the ...
Housing starts up 0.9% as decreases in apartment starts, permits detract from single-family performance
Following a few months of ups and downs, U.S. construction starts on new homes are showing signs of stabilizing a ...
Construction spending up 0.6% in July to highest mark since June 2009
Construction spending in the U.S. rose 0.6 percent in July despite more decreases in government spending, according to preliminary data ...
Rising materials costs, labor shortage, financing woes preventing apartment builders from meeting demand
As we reported last Friday, construction on new homes was up 6 percent in July largely thanks to a 26-percent ...
Home starts rebound 6 percent in July as permits and builder confidence soar
We'll say this for the current home construction recovery: it doesn't stay down for long. Following a 10-percent drop in June, ...
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