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NAHB Member Appreciation

September offers NAHB members a discount on IBS registration and the chance to connect with and honor associate members. More

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Multifamily For-Rent, For-Sale Market Rolls

National Association of Home Builders research economist Rose Quint notes that the NAHB Multifamily Production Index (MPI) posted a gain of five points to a reading of 58 for the second quarter. It is the 10th straight quarter with a reading of 50 or above. More

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Demand Signs Bolster Builders' Outlook

National Association of Home Builders chief economist David Crowe looks at August's NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Index, which rose two points, signalling that home builder confidence is gaining momentum as more buyers return to the market. More

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Remodeling Index Posts Moderate Gains, But Forecast Firms

Metrostudy Releases the Q2 2014 Residential Remodeling Index (RRI) posting moderate gains for the second-quarter. More

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Affordability Approaches Pre-2004 Norm

The latest readings of the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) reflect a slow but steady march toward historically normal appreciation and interest rates, says Paul Emrath for the National Association of Homebuilders. More

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Affordability Approaches Pre-2004 Norm

The latest readings of the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) reflect a slow but steady march toward historically normal appreciation and interest rates, says Paul Emrath for the National Association of Homebuilders. More

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Builder Confidence Improves for 55+ Housing Market

Builder confidence is up year-over-year in the single-family, 55 and older housing market for the second-quarter, according to the latest NAHB 55+ Housing Market Index report. More

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Builders Still See Mojo in Active Adult
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Remodelers' Confidence Rebounds

National Association of Home Builders economist Paul Emrath comments on NAHB's Remodeling Market Index (RMI), which rose three points to 56 in the second quarter of 2014; reclaiming the territory it had lost during what was likely a weather-related dip in the fist three months of the year. More

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Gasoline Pushes Consumer Prices Higher in June

According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) press release, consumer prices increased in June 0.3% on a seasonally adjusted month-over-month basis. The NAHB's Josh Miller reports, also noting that prices on expenditures made by urban consumers increased 2.1% before seasonal adjustment. More

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