Builder confidence inches up as developers brace for lending anxiety
Builder confidence rose 2 points in the latest National Association of Home Builders' Housing Market Index, but economists fear lending challenges in the wake of bank failures this month
by Ben Verde Mar 15
Builders still on bumpy ride, but demand may have bottomed out
New-home starts took a hit in January but remain higher than they were in November. And builders see a path forward to stronger sales, according to a report from the US Census Bureau
by Daniel Houston Feb 16
It's official: 2022 shows homebuilder sentiment declines for every month
While December's data represented the 12th straight decrease in homebuilder sentiment, there is a 'silver lining.' The average price reduction was 8 percent, up from 5 or 6 percent, report says
by Ben Verde Dec 19
Builder confidence in the newly built single-family home market fell 3 more points in September, to a score of 46 on the Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, according to data released Monday
by Ben Verde Sep 19
How do buyers and builders see the housing market? The Real Word
This week: Byron Lazine and Nicole White discussed the differing views of homebuyers and homebuilders when it comes to the housing market
by Byron Lazine Apr 25
US housing starts hit fastest pace in 16 years
Privately owned housing starts increased 0.3% from revised February figures to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.79M, according to US Census Bureau data released Tuesday
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 19
Builders remain confident as they 'wait months' for cabinets and doors
Homebuilders remained optimistic in February, but moderated their expectations amid supply-chain issues and rising mortgage rates, according to data from NAHB released Wednesday
by Daniel Houston Feb 16