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Housing Starts Dip 16% for Third Straight Decline

Housing Starts fall 16% in January, the largest drop since 2011. More

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Housing Starts Show Promise for Spring

While some economists suggested at year's end that the housing recovery was on the verge of stalling out, housing start data show signs of increased strength. More

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Carter Lumber Opens First Location in Atlanta

Carter Lumber bought Athens Building Supply in Winder, Ga., and turned it into its first location in Georgia. More

How's Business? Here's What You Reported
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How's Business? Here's What You Reported

Respondents to a question on ProSales' LinkedIn page gave a coast-to-coast report... More

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Housing starts slip 1.1% in July from June's Pace

Housing starts in July slipped to a seasonally adjusted rate of 746,000, 1.1% below June's revised estimate. More

2012 ProSales 100 Profiles: Gutherie Lumber
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2012 ProSales 100 Profiles: Gutherie Lumber

For the 2012 ProSales 100, we focus on six companies that were exceptional in... More

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CA City Tries Permit Refunds To Boost Local Remodeling Work

A California city in one of the nation's most depressed housing markets will attempt early next month to galvanize local residential building activity by offering refunds on certain permit and inspection fees provided the materials used in the project come from local suppliers. And the suppliers, in turn, are offering discounts to make sure the business comes to their doors. More

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ProBuild Now Plans Three Times the Challenge to 84

ProBuild has tripled the stakes in its pending battle with 84 Lumber by making plans to set up three lumberyards in the heart of 84's territory. More

NAHB: Construction Costs Took 59% of Total Home Price in 2009
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NAHB: Construction Costs Took 59% of Total Home Price in 2009

Because of a change in surveying techniques combined with lower land prices and... More

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Sunbelt Dominates List of America's 20 Healthiest Homebuilding Markets

Nine of America's healthiest homebuilding markets lie in just two states--Texas and North Carolina--and the Sunbelt accounts 16 of the 20 best markets nationwide, according to the Builder Health Markets Index. More

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