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Rising Interest Rates, Higher Construction Costs Slow Housing Production

Rising interest rates and ongoing building material supply chain disruptions that raise construction costs continue to act as significant headwinds on the housing market.

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Single-Family Home Building Growth Slowing in Large Suburbs

New findings from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Home Building Geography Index (HBGI) show that the rate of year-over-year single-family construction growth in small

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New Research Shows Regulations Account for 40.6 Percent of Apartment Development Costs

Regulation imposed by all levels of government accounts for an average of 40.6 percent of multifamily development costs, according to new research released today

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Confidence in Multifamily Housing Weakens in First Quarter of 2022

Confidence in the market for new multifamily housing turned downward in the first quarter of 2022, according to results from the Multifamily Market Survey (MMS) released today by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

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Builders Fight for the American Dream During National Homeownership Month

As the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) celebrates National Homeownership Month in June, builders are urging lawmakers to implement policies that will help address housing

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New Home Sales Down on Rising Interest Rates, Declining Affordability

In a further sign of a housing slowdown, new home sales posted a double-digit percentage decline in April, falling to their weakest pace in two years, as rising mortgage interest rates

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More than 10,000 Housing Industry Representatives Send Letter to Biden Warning of Housing Crisis

More than 10,000 members of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) today sent a letter to President Biden calling on the White House to take immediate action as the growing housing

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Housing Market at Inflection Point as Builder Confidence Continues to Fall

Rapidly rising interest rates combined with ongoing home price increases and higher construction costs continue to take a toll on builder confidence and housing affordability.

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Single-Family Permits Decline in March as Affordability Woes Continue

The single-family housing market continued to show signs of softening in March as permits and starts declined due to rising mortgage interest rates and ongoing supply chain bottlenecks

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New Home Sales Soften in February on Higher Mortgage Rates and Construction Costs

Higher mortgage rates and construction costs pushed new home sales lower in February even as demand remains solid due to a lack of existing home inventory.

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Commercial and Multifamily Mortgage Delinquency Rates Remain Low in Fourth-Quarter 2021

Commercial and multifamily mortgage delinquencies declined in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) latest Commercial/Multifamily

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Single-Family and Multifamily Growth Solid but Trended in Opposite Directions in Last Half of 2021

New findings from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Home Building Geography Index (HBGI) show that the rate of year-over-year single-family growth in all small and large

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Housing Affordability Will Remain a Significant Challenge in 2022

Low existing home inventory and strong buyer demand will keep housing moving forward in 2022 even as builders continue to grapple with ongoing building material production bottlenecks and labor shortages that will limit the pace of construction

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Builder Confidence Eases on Supply-Side Constraints

Despite strong buyer demand, builder sentiment continued to slip in February as the industry grapples with ongoing building material production bottlenecks that are raising construction costs and delaying projects.

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NAHB Unveils the Two Official Show Homes of the 2022 International Builders’ Show

The National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) Leading Suppliers Council, in collaboration with Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines, today unveiled the official

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Single-Family Starts Post Double-Digit Percentage Gain in 2021

While single-family starts dipped in December due to ongoing supply-side challenges, they still managed to post double-digit gains in 2021. Overall housing starts increased 1.4% in December

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NAHB Announces Finalists for Best of IBS™ Awards

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has announced the finalists for its ninth annual Best of IBS™ Awards for the 2022 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) in Orlando.

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New Home Sales Jump in November on High Consumer Demand

New home sales posted a solid gain last month, driven by strong buyer demand, low existing home inventory and buyers’ anticipation of future higher mortgage rates. Sales of newly built, single-family homes in November rose 12.4% to a 744,000

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Double-Digit Gains for Single-Family and Multifamily Production in November

Single-family and multifamily housing production accelerated in November, due to strong demand for new construction. Overall housing starts increased 11.8% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.68 million units, according to a report

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Builder Sentiment Strong at Year’s End

Despite inflation concerns and ongoing production bottlenecks, builder confidence edged higher for the fourth consecutive month on strong consumer demand and limited existing inventory. Builder sentiment in the market for newly built single-family homes moved one point higher to 84 in December

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Rising Interest Rates, Higher Construction Costs Slow Housing Production

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