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Big C Lumber, headquartered in Granger, Indiana is celebrating 100 years in business.
Reggie and Jennette Stoltzfus started Dutchcraft Truss & Components in 2005 in a 1200 square foot garage.
There will continue to be demand for rental communities even as millennials age into prime home-buying years and the homeownership rate rises.
The ideas presented here should be adapted to your own situation to help the returning employee be as productive as possible.
According to the February survey for the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI), first-time home buyers account for 43 percent of the new home market.
Fannie Mae‘s Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI), a composite index designed to track the housing market and consumer confidence to sell or buy a home, fell 1.2 points in February. Fear not, experts say – better days are ahead.
The Associated Builders and Contractors Construction Backlog Indicator rose to 8.2 months in February, according to an ABC member survey conducted from Feb. 22 to March 3.
Today, Ivory Innovations announced the finalists for the 2021 Ivory Prize for Housing Affordability.
With steady headlines of acquisitions of LBM dealers and distributors, industry consolidation is a hot topic among our readers.
The House of Representatives approved the Protecting the Right to Organize Act late Tuesday night, on a 225-206 vote that saw five Republicans joining Democrats in favor.
If any first-time home buyers were on the fence about taking a more traditional starter home path to homeownership in 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic brought into focus the way they viewed homes and what they really wanted for a dream home.
Analysts from John Burns Real Estate Consulting shared their forecasts and analysis for the housing market and building products sales — including a review of hot spots in housing.
Despite massive coronavirus-induced layoffs over the past 12 months, construction employees are becoming harder to find and more expensive, a new report found.
Lumber prices are at an all-time high, driven up by surging demand amid a supply chain coordination squeeze, production limitations, and a pesky beetle.
NAHB analysis of Census Construction Spending data shows that total private residential construction spending rose 2.5% in January to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $713 billion, reaching a record high.