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Defender of Housing Award Goes to N.J. Rep. Leonard Lance
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Defender of Housing Award Goes to N.J. Rep. Leonard Lance

More awards will go to Senators and Representatives from 34 states. Read more

Builder Confidence Jumps in September
Scarcity of Lots Holding Builders Back
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Scarcity of Lots Holding Builders Back

Robert Dietz gives us the inside look at a new NAHB survey where 64% of builders... Read more

Where To Find New Homes with Private Wells and Septic Systems
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Where To Find New Homes with Private Wells and Septic Systems

New England has the highest share of new home starts with individual water and... Read more

Diverse Housing Supply is Healthy
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Diverse Housing Supply is Healthy

Most markets offer a variety of housing options, which is good for business, says... Read more

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Energy Bill Heads to Finish Line
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Energy Bill Heads to Finish Line

The House of Representatives has passed a bill that gives the Department of Energy... Read more

Regulations In The Works For Federally Funded Construction in Flood Areas
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Regulations In The Works For Federally Funded Construction in Flood Areas

FEMA proposes a minimum ground height of 2 feet above 100-year floodplain level. Read more

Single-Family Built-For Rent-Starts Rise to 4.5%
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Single-Family Built-For Rent-Starts Rise to 4.5%

Higher than historical average – but low in terms of market. Read more

Townhouse Construction Outpaces Single-Family Market
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Townhouse Construction Outpaces Single-Family Market

The attached market should continue to remain strong. Read more

Builder Confidence Holds Steady in July
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Builder Confidence Holds Steady in July

The latest HMI reading shows that builders in three of four regions are more... Read more

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