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May Gains for New Home Sales

Contracts for new home sales expanded by 2.9% in May to a 610,000 seasonally adjusted annual rate, according to estimates from the joint data release of HUD and the Census Bureau. The report also noted a strong upward revision for the April rate of sales, increasing from a 569,000 annual pace to 593,000. The growth in sales continues along a positive trend for the market, which is supported by solid job growth, improving household formations, continuing favorable housing affordability conditions and tight existing home inventory.

Read more at NAHB Eye On Housing

2017-06-28T15:11:00+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Housing Industry News|

The Aging Baby Boom is Not Exclusively a ‘Smile States’ Phenomenon

What do these numbers tell us? Well, for home building and development, it may help to see data sets that indicate clearly that opportunity in the 55+ category is not limited to America’s “Smile State” geographies, and this is likely to be ever more the case as Baby Boom generation folks reach retirement and choose to stay in closer proximity to children and grand children.

Read more at BUILDER

2017-06-28T14:58:14+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Housing Industry News|

Duties on Lumber Now Enough to Threaten Thousands of U.S. Jobs

In a previous post, NAHB analyzed the effect of the 19.88% countervailing duty (CVD) levied by the Department of Commerce on Canadian softwood lumber exported to the United States. The NAHB analysis showed that, had that duty been in effect throughout 2017, the effects would include a net loss of 8,241 full-time U.S. jobs.

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2017-06-28T14:31:35+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Economics & Business News|