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National Association of Home Builders declares using OSHA to mandate vaccinations exceeds the statutory authority of the agency.
Jason Knott · January 14, 2022
Thanks to a strong demand for new construction, housing starts across the United States have rebounded after a downturn in October.
CE Pro Editors · December 23, 2021
Due to a confluence of materials scarcity and rising construction costs, single-family housing construction was down 0.7% in October.
CE Pro Editors · November 23, 2021
According to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau, overall housing starts were down 1.6% in September due in part to a decline in MDU production.
CE Pro Editors · October 22, 2021
After a difficult July, housing starts across the United States increased by 3.9% in August due in part to material price decreases and a focus on MDU housing.
CE Pro Editors · September 27, 2021
Supply chain and labor shortages caused housing starts to decrease by 7% overall in July, with single-family starts decreasing 4.5%.
Andrew Nichols · September 09, 2021
61.4% of all new homes built in 2020 had an outdoor patio, a record rate, which means likely means continued demand for outdoor technology.
Jason Knott · August 30, 2021
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
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
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