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Builders Adjust to a Recessionary Labor Market

They aren't having trouble finding workers now, but some worry about the availability and cost of skilled subs once market conditions improve. More

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Construction Industry Sheds 126,000 Jobs in March

Nearly half of those lost positions come from residential builders and their specialty trade contractors. More

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Foreclosures Increase Unexpectedly in February

More than 290,000 properties received filings last month. More

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Banks Fight With Builders For Assets Banks Fight With Builders For Assets

Strapped for cash, banks put the squeeze on builders. More

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Home Builders Around the Country Are Barely Surviving the Housing Downturn Home Builders Around the Country Are Barely Surviving the Housing Downturn

As winter arrives, many builders find themselves at the mercy of increasingly desperate lenders, their companies upside down. More

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Analysts Critique Bailout of Fannie, Freddie by Treasury

Some wonder if this "shot in the arm" to housing and financial markets will have any lasting impact. More

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Unemployment Rises, Job Losses Increase

The national economy is still losing jobs every month, and construction jobs, which saw a smaller decrease than normal this month, continue to lead the way. More

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Resolving Unpaid Debt Puts Builder-Lender Partnerships to the Test Resolving Unpaid Debt Puts Builder-Lender Partnerships to the Test

Resolving unpaid loans backed by depreciating assets at a time of diminished sales is testing builder-lender relationships. More

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Census Reports New-Home Sales Decrease in June

New-home inventory remains high, at 10 months' supply. More

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Non-Residential Sector Shows Signs of Faltering

Various reports indicate that construction activity will soften through 2009. More

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