The 2010 decade grew the amount of overall building conversions from about 2,000 units converted in the 1950s to roughly 97,000 over the last decade.
Small metro suburbs did the best in terms of construction with a more than 10% increase in market share over a year ago.
New housing starts numbers suggest that if you can’t buy it, then build it, according to one economist.
The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index is looking good, but could lumber prices stall the growth?
While prefabricated homes are six times less expensive than the average site-built home, trends in factory-built housing have always been volatile.
While solar panels may be the poster child of green homes, builders and remodelers have some interesting feedback to share about what consumers really want.
New data looks at how prices in these areas have increased — or sometimes decreased — over time.
Economists believe home sales can help drive the nation’s economic recovery from COVID-19.
The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index shows a dip in builder confidence in the South resulting from novel coronavirus outbreak.
An additional 35,000 temporary work visas approved by the Department of Homeland Security could help ease chronic shortage of construction workers.