Lumber prices have slumped as mortgage rates cool housing demand, but the commodity may bounce back up by 13% on tight supply, 2 experts say

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The scorching rise in lumber prices last year hasn’t been able to continue in 2022, but this year still holds the potential to see prices rise back to the $1,000 mark as demand for the building material perks up within a tight supply market, experts tell Insider. There’s been a 23% drop in spot lumber…

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