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Nationwide production of new single-family homes rose 4.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 470,000 units in December.
After a slow start, home improvement spending is expected to trend up later this year, according to the latest Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA).
Builder confidence in the market for newly built, single-family homes continued to climb for a fourth consecutive month in January, rising four points to 25
Earth Advantage Institute announced its annual prediction of 10 green building trends to watch in 2012.
BuildFax remodeling index shows 25th straight month of year-over-year growth
Dallas-Fort Worth builder Darling Homes announced that it has named housing industry veteran Bobby Ray as Vice Chairman of its Board of Directors and an investor in the company
The home builder Lennar reported a 20 percent jump in new orders –– its highest level in more than four years.
For the week of Jan. 6, 2012, mortgage loan applications rose 4.5 percent from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers’ Assocation’s latest report.
Business Insider offered a slide-by-slide analysis by Philip J. Anderson showing real estate bubbles throughout U.S. history.
A survey of 188 home building executives by John Burns Real Estate Consulting finds that many builders are reluctant to sell homes to veterans.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that more than 10,000 homes have been build to meet the energy-efficiency specifications of the voluntary Builders Challenge initiative.
A town being built in New Mexico is purposely being constructed as a modern-day ghost town for energy-efficiency research.
The Wall Street Journal’s blog offered five issues in 2012 that will be deciding factors in the housing market.
The number of housing markets showing marked improvement nearly doubled in January from December with the addition of 40 new metros to the National Association of Home Builders/First American...
Forbes highlighted the five regions that are most poised to flourish in 2012 and help boost the national economy.
U.S. apartment vacancies dropped to a 10-year low in the fourth quarter, paving the way for rent increases that are likely to continue this year.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday issued a white paper to Congress in attempt to fire up policy makers about the housing market’s problems.
Americans' economic confidence continued to improve in December with Gallup's Economic Confidence Index reaching -38 as consumers expressed more optimism than at any time since June.
The blog Calculated Risk compiled a few 2012 forecasts from major players in the housing industry.
According to the Census Bureau, private residential construction spending increased 2 percent during November.