Single-Family Housing Market on the Decline; MDUs on the Rise

NAHB data shows single-family housing construction peaked in Q2 2021 and is declining in large metro and suburban areas as much as 31%.

Mar 01, 2022

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National Hardware Show to Co-Locate with KBIS, IBS in 2023

Design & Construction Week's NAHB Int'l Builders' Show (IBS) and NKBA's Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) welcome National Hardware Show.

Feb 11, 2022

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Housing Starts Rise 15.6% in 2021

U.S. Census Bureau reports overall 1.6 million housing starts in 2021, including 1.12 single-family homes and 530,000 MDUs.

Jan 20, 2022

NAHB Applauds Court Ruling Against Vaccine Mandates

National Association of Home Builders declares using OSHA to mandate vaccinations exceeds the statutory authority of the agency.

Jan 14, 2022

Single and Multifamily Housing Starts Surge in November

Thanks to a strong demand for new construction, housing starts across the United States have rebounded after a downturn in October.

Dec 23, 2021

Single-Family Home Construction Dips Slightly in October

Due to a confluence of materials scarcity and rising construction costs, single-family housing construction was down 0.7% in October.

Nov 23, 2021