Builder confidence has remained steady for about 5 months, but new concerns over trade could have an impact
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 17
Housing affordability is putting a crunch on builder confidence, but NAHB expects it will rebound in 2019
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 17
Economists tell Inman that tariffs on imported lumber, aluminum and steel are driving up home prices
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 10
Canadian tariffs have made it harder for builders to access affordable lumber, leading to higher prices for homebuyers
by Marian McPherson | Jun 22
Bathrooms are now the most frequently remodeled rooms in the house
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 4
Millennials in particular are losing out as new home construction slows, and the tax overhaul and tariffs aren't likely to improve matters
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Mar 20
Break out the swings and hanging plants -- there's a new space to decorate
August posted a two-point Housing Market Index gain
by Caroline Feeney | Aug 15
The differences in boundaries and expectations can mean everything
by Bernice Ross | Aug 15
Yes, millennials, parents and other homebuyers say they will pay more for those features
by Jonathan Deesing | Jul 19
Although confidence is slipping, the slip is small
by Amber Taufen | Jul 18
Firm adopts a greater focus on single-family customization and multifamily value-add renovations
by Erik Pisor | Jan 27
Chicago’s September construction starts slide for nonresidential; residential hits pause
by Kimberley Sirk | Nov 12
New homes starts will account for significant portion of annual spending
by Erik Pisor | Oct 2
Starts stall amid labor concerns and more
by Erik Pisor | Sep 21