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When—Not If—Labor Shortages Reignite, Will You Be Ready?
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When—Not If—Labor Shortages Reignite, Will You Be Ready?

Labor shortages and capacity constraints are pain points that have taken a... Read more

Select Markets End the Season With A Strong Pace for Housing Starts
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Select Markets End the Season With A Strong Pace for Housing Starts

Although the July demand index showed no significant change month-over-month,... Read more

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Rising Prices in St. George Keep Entry Level Buyers Sidelined

New home starts and sales are up in the St. George-Mesquite market, but so are median prices stressing affordability in the region. Read more

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Despite Pullback, Minneapolis Market is Consistently Growing

Almost 50% of all new homes started over the last 12 months were priced between $250k and $400k, the largest percentage of starts in that segment since Metrostudy began tracking the market. Read more

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Strong Second Quarter for New Construction in Philadelphia Strong Second Quarter for New Construction in Philadelphia

Despite slow South Jersey submarkets, the Philadelphia area experienced significant construction growth in the second quarter. Read more

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The Price of Dirt Impacts Future Development in Charlotte

New finished vacant new homes have dropped the lowest level ever in the Charlotte housing market while the price of “dirt”, zoning, and financing impacts future residential development. Read more

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Beyond the Lot Line Beyond the Lot Line

As builders leverage the value of amenity-rich master planned communities, a finely tuned trade-off takes place between what's inside and outside the homes. Read more

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Jacksonville Market Slowing as Higher Prices Constrain Demand Jacksonville Market Slowing as Higher Prices Constrain Demand

Metrostudy released results of its 2Q14 survey of the Jacksonville housing market, which showed slowing new home construction since the second half of 2013. Read more

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Victim or Survivor? Victim or Survivor?

As encouraging as some of the housing recovery's signs are, visibility into what's next and what's ahead is mightily limited. So, we're slow to move in some areas, particularly as regards adding human and financial capital. To address those pain points, we're excited to introduce Survivor or Victim? How to Excel in a Resource-Constrained Environment, a new series jointly developed by Continuum Advisory Group's Clark Ellis and Brandon Hart. Read more

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Dallas Lot Deliveries Surge to Highest Level Since 2008

Metrostudy reports Dallas-Fort Worth housing market second quarter lot deliveries exceeded new-home start pace for the first time since early 2008. Read more

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