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NAHB reports slight decline in builder confidence

NAHB reports slight decline in builder confidence


The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index shows a dip in builder confidence in the South resulting from novel coronavirus outbreak.

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New work visas means relief for homebuilders

New work visas means relief for homebuilders


An additional 35,000 temporary work visas approved by the Department of Homeland Security could help ease chronic shortage of construction workers.

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Despite a dismal decade, NAHB predicts dynamism ahead for homebuilding

Despite a dismal decade, NAHB predicts dynamism ahead for homebuilding


Looking back at the last ten years in homebuilding, the National Association of Home Builders’ chief economist demonstrated how bad the 2010s were for the industry but projected a positive outlook for the 2020s.

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How the rent vs. buy calculation has changed in Miami

How the rent vs. buy calculation has changed in Miami


Looking at real estate data over the last decade, some clear trends emerge in terms of costs, demographics and housing stock. See how this has impacted the market in the Miami area.

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New-home sales up 40.6% in South

New-home sales up 40.6% in South


The number of new homes sold shot up over last year, according to Census data from October.

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Home sales dipped last month, but up 6 percent from last year in the South

Home sales dipped last month, but up 6 percent from last year in the South


NAR chief economist: Housing shortage is stunting potential growth.

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Home design trends in demand in 2019

Home design trends in demand in 2019


This year is one of continued change in home design as consumers get revved…

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This Week in Miami Real Estate: Corporate wooing, building openings and legal aftermath of Irma

This Week in Miami Real Estate: Corporate wooing, building openings and legal aftermath of Irma


Amazon’s search for a new second headquarters has sparked a frenzy among cities that…

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Tear-down starts increase to meet demand for smaller, more affordable homes

Tear-down starts increase to meet demand for smaller, more affordable homes


Tear-down starts are increasing to meet the rising demand for new single-family units, according…

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How “green” is the average homebuilder?

How “green” is the average homebuilder?


  “Green” amenities and building practices are all the rage, but how green is…

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