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NAHB Construction Forecast: Clear Skies, Chance of Headwinds

Filed in Economics, Education by on June 22, 2017 0 Comments
NAHB Construction Forecast: Clear Skies, Chance of Headwinds

Three experts offer their insights on the direction the housing industry will take through the end of the year — and a look at what to expect in 2018 and 2019 — in the exclusive NAHB Construction Forecast Webinar, now available for viewing on nahb.org.

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Single-Family Sector Leads Housing to Higher Ground

Filed in Economics, Multifamily by on April 28, 2016 3 Comments
Single-Family Sector Leads Housing to Higher Ground

Steady job growth, affordable home prices, attractive mortgage interest rates and pent-up demand will help the housing market continue on a gradual upward trajectory in the year ahead, according to economists who participated in yesterday’s NAHB Spring Construction Forecast Webinar. However, supply-side headwinds led by a shortage of construction lots and labor, along with tight access to acquisition, construction and development loans, continue to hamper a more robust recovery.

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Construction Forecast Webinar: Right Around the Corner

Construction Forecast Webinar: Right Around the Corner

The latest economic data, analysis and insight, delivered in a convenient online format, is teed up for the NAHB Spring Construction Forecast Webinar on Wednesday, April 27, 2-4 p.m. ET.

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Construction Forecast Webinar: Politics, Trends and More

Filed in Construction Industry, Economics, Education by on March 29, 2016 0 Comments
Construction Forecast Webinar: Politics, Trends and More

The housing industry is busy these days, with our members thinking about increased interest rates, job growth and more— and all during a presidential election year. What does this mean for residential construction in 2016? Find out on April 27.

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Housing Recovery to Pick Up Steam in 2016, but Challenges Remain

Filed in Construction Industry, Economics, Multifamily, Remodelers by on October 22, 2015 0 Comments
Housing Recovery to Pick Up Steam in 2016, but Challenges Remain

Steady employment and economic growth, pent-up demand, affordable home prices and attractive mortgage rates will keep the housing market on a gradual upward trend in 2016. However persistent headwinds related to shortages and availability of lots and labor, along with rising materials prices are impeding a more robust recovery, according to economists who participated in the NAHB Fall Construction Forecast Webinar on Oct. 21.

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Housing Recovery Slow and Steady in 2015, Will Pick Up Pace Next Year

Filed in Economics by on April 23, 2015 0 Comments
Housing Recovery Slow and Steady in 2015, Will Pick Up Pace Next Year

Solid employment gains, attractive mortgage rates, a growing economy and pent-up demand will help keep the housing market moving forward throughout 2015 and into next year, according to economists who participated in yesterday’s NAHB 2015 Spring Construction Forecast Webinar.

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A Housing Market Gut Check

A strengthening labor market, low interest rates, improving mortgage availability and growing, pent-up demand are predicted to significantly boost single-family housing production in 2015. But what else can builders and suppliers expect through the rest of the year?

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Single-Family Production Poised to Take Off in 2015

Filed in Economics, Home Building by on October 31, 2014 1 Comment
Single-Family Production Poised to Take Off in 2015

A growing economy, rising household formations, low mortgage rates and pent-up demand will help single-family housing production to rev up in 2015 while a growth in renters will keep the multifamily market at cruising altitude or higher, according to economists who participated in yesterday’s National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 2014 Fall Construction Forecast Webinar.

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