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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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Construction spending falls 0.6% in June as government spending falls to lowest level since 2006
Snapping two consecutive months of increases, U.S. construction spending fell 0.6 percent in June to $884 billion due to ...
Builder confidence reaches highest level since 2006
For the first time since April 2006, more U.S. home builders say they view the market as “good” rather than ...
Sioux Falls women finding work they love in construction industry
After seeing the results of a Pew Research survey saying 40 percent of U.S. moms are now the breadwinners ...
Home prices see biggest gains in 7 years
In May, home prices saw their biggest gains in 7 years, according to a report from the New York ...
Skilled labor shortage slows Michigan’s response to growing demand for new homes
After 60,000 of Michigan's skilled home builders were put out of work during the recession, many left the state ...
Construction spending up 0.4% in April despite another dip in government spending
Spending on construction projects in the United States rose 0.4 percent in April, continuing a volatile trend in 2013 ...
U.S new-home sales rise; home prices jump to highest level in 7 years
The number of new homes sold in April rose 2.3 percent to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 454,000, the ...
Housing starts tumble 16.5% in April, but surge in permits suggests continued recovery
The start of construction on homes fell drastically in April, one month after reaching a level of home starts ...
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