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Builder Credit Tightens on Virus Concerns

Filed in Economics, Housing Finance by on May 14, 2020 1 Comment
Builder Credit Tightens on Virus Concerns

For the first time since 2012, builders and developers reported tighter credit conditions on loans for land acquisition, development and single-family construction (AD&C) in NAHB’s AD&C financing survey for the first quarter of 2020. Most builders reported that lenders are pulling back because of coronavirus concerns.

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Banking Regulatory Relief Bill Clears Congress, Will Help Ease Tight Credit Conditions

Filed in Advocacy, Housing Finance by on May 22, 2018 4 Comments
Banking Regulatory Relief Bill Clears Congress, Will Help Ease Tight Credit Conditions

The House today approved bipartisan legislation approved by the Senate in March that will roll back some of the Dodd-Frank rules on banks that will eliminate some of the barriers to credit availability and support a stronger, more robust recovery of the housing and mortgage markets.

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Senate-Passed Banking Bill Could Ease Tight Credit Conditions

Filed in Advocacy by on March 15, 2018 2 Comments
Senate-Passed Banking Bill Could Ease Tight Credit Conditions

NAHB commended the Senate for passing bipartisan legislation yesterday that would help ease tight credit conditions that are hindering the momentum of the housing industry.

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NAHB Urges Prompt Senate Action on Banking Bill

Filed in Advocacy by on March 5, 2018 1 Comment
NAHB Urges Prompt Senate Action on Banking Bill

NAHB is urging the Senate to move quickly to pass the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155), banking reform legislation now pending in the upper chamber.

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