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Are Lumber Prices a Hidden Economic Indicator? This Analyst Says Yes.
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Are Lumber Prices a Hidden Economic Indicator? This Analyst Says Yes.

Wood's rise this year suggests short-term interest hikes in 2017, Tom McClellan... More

NAHB Chairman: Overregulation Is Preventing a Full Recovery for Housing
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NAHB Chairman: Overregulation Is Preventing a Full Recovery for Housing

Government regulations account for 24.3% of the final price of a new single-family... More

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Demand Up, Labor Short for New Homes in Coastal Sun Belt

Metrostudy's Brad Hunter reports steady Southern growth despite mediocre newly built home sales elsewhere. More

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Nashville New-Home Closings Up 30% in Q1

The Tenn. market shows plenty of demand in Q1, but lacks supply More

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Weyerhaeuser Reports $540 million in Net Earnings for 2013

Weyerhaeuser reports full-year 2013 net earnings of $540 million on $8.5 billion in net sales. More

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First-Time Homebuyers Dropping Out of the Market

The share of first-time homebuyers in the market fell in December to the lowest level since 2008, according to the National Association of REALTORs. 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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BlueLinx Logs $3.2 Million Q3 2013 Loss

Despite sales of $558 million in the third quarter of 2013, Atlanta-based BlueLinx reported a quarterly loss of $3.1 million, compared to year-ago net income of $3 million. More

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Builders FirstSource 3rd Quarter 2013 Net Income Hits $12.8 Million

Dallas-based Builders FirstSource logs $12.8 million net income in the third quarter of 2013, but still sustained $47.2 million in losses for the first nine months of 2013. More

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Fed Reports Continued but Modest Economic Growth over the Summer

The Federal Reserve's "Beige Book" indicates that the U.S. economy continued along the path of modest growth over the summer. More

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