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Latest Economic Well-Being Report Released

The Federal Reserve Board recently released its latest report detailing the current economic well being of U.S...

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Will Fall 2014 See A Sustained Housing Rebound?

In the housing industry, fall is usually the time of year when home sales begin to drop off, but after a slow-to-start spring and summer, autumn just might see ...

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Architect Michael Green Explains the Benefits of Building With Wood

Well-respected architect Michael Green, founder of Michael Green Architecture located in Vancouver, BC and New York, is internationally recognized for his commi...

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Housing Construction Is Back Up

Construction housing starts rebounded to a yearly rate of 1.093 million in July, a 15.7 percent increase over a dip in June caused by a fall in single-family construction in the South...

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Confidence Continues to Grow Among the Builder Set

The latest NAHB/ Wells Fargo Housing Index increased by two points in August, coming out at 55, inching closer to 56, the 2014 high set in January, according to...

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Housing Affordability Almost Back to Normal

A new report from the National Association of Home Builders shows housing affordability is almost back to normal, approaching pre-2004 levels...

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Employment in Construction Sector Up Since 2011

The latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows open, unfilled jobs in the residential construction sector have made small gains since June...

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