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New Home Sales Decline in June Due to Continued Supply Chain Challenges

Sales of newly constructed homes are down for the third straight month as builders continue to combat higher construction costs and supply chain restrictions.

CE Pro Editors · July 29, 2021

Home Remodeling Spending Expected to Increase into 2022

Harvard University study expects 8.6% growth in home remodeling and maintenance spending through the middle of 2022.

Jason Knott · July 22, 2021

Government Research Shows Housing Starts Increase 6.3% in June

Housing starts across the United States have increased as lumber prices start to lower, but other material costs continue to raise the price of completed homes.

CE Pro Editors · July 21, 2021

CE Pro Deep Dive: Does Wellness Market Need a Checkup?

Integrators report 8% of all projects over the past year included a wellness-related technology element. However, expectations remain high with near-double growth anticipated.

Jason Knott · July 16, 2021

Tym Matterhorn Parade of Homes

Utah Integrator Overcomes AV Obstacles in Parade of Homes Project

Tym Smart Homes & Home Theaters enlists Just Add Power video-over-IP for assorted displays; Control4, Josh.ai handle controls in ‘Matterhorn’ installation.

Arlen Schweiger · July 15, 2021

New Home Sales Drop 5.9% in May Due to Rising Housing Costs

Increased cost of building materials coupled with overall housing price increases has lead to a dip in new home sales for May 2021.

CE Pro Editors · July 13, 2021

Brilliant smart home system ESD Technologies builders

‘Brilliant’ Tactic Helps Texas Dealer Secure Production Builder Business

Industry veteran David Berman of ESD Technologies details why Brilliant’s smart home solutions & interface resonate with home builders in the hot Dallas-area market.

CE Pro Editors · June 30, 2021

Single-Family Housing Starts Up 4.2% in May

After a difficult April, housing starts rebounded in May, with overall starts up 3.6% and single-family starts up 4.2%.

CE Pro Editors · June 17, 2021

New Home Sales Sink in April as Builders Deal with Lumber Price Increases

Due in part to recent Canadian lumber tariffs and general scarcity of building materials have caused new home sales to dip in April.

Andrew Nichols · June 03, 2021

Why NAHB Says Biden Should Be ‘Ashamed’ for Proposed Policy

Biden proposal to double Canadian lumber tariffs from 9% to 18.32% outrages NAHB, calling it ‘disingenuous.” Integrators could be affected.

Jason Knott · May 26, 2021