Lumber Prices Continue to Splinter

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(iStock / Photo illustration by Priyanka Modi for The Real Deal) Keeping up with lumber prices’ continued splinter has become a dizzying proposition for weary construction companies. Lumber futures closed last week trading at $695 per thousand board feet, Inman reported. The cost of lumber has dropped 47 percent since early March. The drop in…

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