Joint Center for Housing Studies

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Three Reasons Why Lumber Shortages Are Likely by Late 2013

Tighter credit, scaled-back production, and a trucker shortage have put the entire supply chain in limbo. Read more

Double-Digit Growth Forecast in Home-Improvement Spending
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JCHS Sees Indicators of Housing Revival but Says Challenges Still Remain

Signs of revival are becoming evident in housing markets around the country, but there are still a number of obstacles to a true recovery, according to The State of the Nation's Housing report released last month by the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) of Harvard University. Read more

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JCHS Report: Housing Picking Up, but Challenges Still Remain

Signs of revival are becoming evident in housing markets around the country, but there are still a number of obstacles to a true recovery, according to "The State of the Nation's Housing" report released by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. Read more

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Slower Homeownership, Household Formations Trends Hamper Housing Industry

Reduced interest in homeownership and fewer household formations hampered the housing industry during 2010 and may mean the industry will take longer to recover than originally thought, the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University concluded in its latest State of the Nation's Housing report. Read more

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Study Predicts Growth in Remodeling Industry

The remodeling industry is in a position to grow as remodeling expenditures are predicted to rise at an inflation-adjusted 3.5% average annual rate, according to a recent study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. The report, entitled "A New Decade of Growth for Remodeling," also recognized changes in consumer spending habits when it came to remodeling projects. Read more

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