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Housing Foreclosures Down 26% in 2013

The National Association of Realtors says foreclosure rates in 2013 bottomed out at the lowest level since 2007. More

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2014 Looks Good for the LBM Industry

Several positive trends in the construction industry bode well for the future of the LBM industry. More

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Orchard Gains Court Approval for Additional Funding to Continue Operations

Orchard Supply Hardware Stores (NASDAQ:OSH) Wednesday received U.S. Bankruptcy Court approval for several motions that will provide the company with $177 million in additional financing and allow it to continue to pay employees and maintain operations at its stores. More

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Handy Hardware Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Handy Hardware files for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection two months after closing its Meridian, Miss., distribution center. More

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150-Year-Old Georgia Yard Files For Bankruptcy Protection

Columbus, Ga.-based W.T. Harvey Lumber Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Dec. 4, the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer reports, after an influx of competition and a struggling local housing market forced the 150-year-old dealer to significantly cut to expenses--including staff. More

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Over Half of America's Metro Areas Saw Increase in Foreclosure Activity

Foreclosure activity in the first half of 2012 increased from the previous six months in more than half of the nation's 212 metropolitan areas with a population of 200,000 or more, RealtyTrac reported. More

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What Is Private Equity? Will It Work for You?

Matt Ogden explains what private equity funds do and whether they're a good fit for your company. More

Builders' Optimism at IBS Portends New Challenges for Dealers
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Builders' Optimism at IBS Portends New Challenges for Dealers

Builders' generally happy mood at IBS is a positive signal for pro dealers, many... More

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Post Chapter 11, Hurd CEO Calls Innovation the Company's Driving Force

Hurd Windows and Doors has returned to profitability and continues to push product innovation in the 3-1/2 years since it reorganized under Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the company's president and CEO said. More

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How To Talk to Your Bank

During home building's go-go years, banks loved us. We had cash flow (profits and liquidity) and we had collateral (assets More

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