Wonder what impact tight credit conditions are having on younger families? Our economics blog, Eye on Housing, has an answer for you…http://eyeonhousing.wordpress.com/2012/04/30/homeownership-rate-drops-to-lowest-point-in-15-years/
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Our economics blog, Eye On Housing, looks at yesterday’s house price reports for February. Read on…http://eyeonhousing.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/house-price-reports-for-february-too-close-to-call/
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April is New Homes Month! How much house can *you* afford? This calculator helps you decide.Please share!
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This morning we told you about Construction Spending in February. Now NAHB’s economics blog, Eye on Housing, digs a little deeper for you.
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NAHB’s economics blog, Eye On Housing, weighs in on yesterday’s Existing Home Sales numbers. Click the headline to read more.
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More signs we’re on our way back! Click here to read more.
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Eye on Housing looks at the lending gap between home building demand and available credit. Click the headline for the post. Definitely worth a read.
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Good news on pending home sales from our economics blog, Eye on Housing! Click the headline to read more.
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People love to say, “The bottom line is…” But what *is* the bottom line for builders? A new report from NAHB updates our “Cost of Doing Business” study with 2012 figures. Just click the headline and Eye On Housing tells you more.
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