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Inflation Impacting Housing Affordability

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In a recent e-newsletter, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) chief economist Robert Dietz shared his insights on the current and future economy and provided housing market updates. The rising mortgage interest rates and stricter policies from the Federal Reserve …

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Homebuilder Confidence Remains High

High Homebuilder confidence

Despite concerns over inflation, supply-chain disruptions and an ongoing labor shortage, homebuilder confidence remains high, according to CNBC. Builders continue to benefit from a low supply of existing homes for sale and housing demand remains strong even during the slow …

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Product Shortages Causing Builders to Raise Prices, Preorder

building materials

It’s no secret that building materials are in short supply and the price of lumber and other supplies has increased significantly. In May 2021, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) surveyed builders in its annual Housing Market Index. Builders …

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Home Builders Report Sharp Increase in Building Material Prices

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Even as home builders report shortages of building materials and products, new research from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) suggests pros are also seeing sharp increases in product prices. In the latest version of the NAHB and Wells …

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Existing Home Sales, Housing Starts Fall

housing starts

New data shows the rate of existing home sales in the U.S. has fallen for the third consecutive month after reaching a record high in October. Additionally, April housing starts have also fallen since March. In total, existing home sales …

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Monitoring the Market: 2020, Quarter 3

Industry Metrics

Monitoring market trends in consumer sentiment, home improvement rates and construction figures can help you anticipate emerging opportunities for your business. Use the tables below to get a deeper understanding of a few of the forces affecting independent home improvement. …

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How Housing Could Lead an Economic Rebound

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As news hit that the U.S. gross domestic product—a measurement of the production of goods and services—contracted 32.9 percent in the second quarter of 2020, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reports housing could be on the frontlines of …

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Canadian Headlines for Retailers: June 1

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Hardlines is keeping Canadian retailers informed on the ways COVID-19 is impacting their home improvement stores. Check back each week for an update on the latest headlines affecting home improvement retail in Canada. BSIABC Donates Meals to Health Care Workers The …

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