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The Week Ahead: Home Builders Weigh in

On Thursday at 10 a.m. EST, the National Association of Home Builders will release their latest monthly installment of the Housing Market Index (HMI). The monthly HMI index gauges builder perceptions of current single-family home sales and sales expectations for ...

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If You Build It…

Residential construction spending has been trending upwards in recent years, but is that holding true as we wind toward the end of 2017?

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NAHB Embracing Idea of MID Alternatives

The National Association of Homebuilders has decided against demanding for a new version of the tax code that includes the mortgage interest deduction, according to a recent Reuters article.

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How Could Tax Reform Hurt the Housing Market?

Tax reform is one of the major ticket items on the current administration’s agenda, a measure that Congress hopes to tackle now that they are back from summer recess. However, two groups of professionals in the housing industry could stand to lose.

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Building a Common Ground

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The price of building materials can’t seem to find a common ground, according to a recent report. What data is conflicting, and will it correct itself?

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