Lumber Prices Are Falling—What That Means for Your Summer Projects and the Real Estate Market

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Photo: istockphoto.comThe Covid-19 pandemic affected countless industries worldwide, but the rising cost of lumber had to be one of the most dramatic changes to impact consumers. Higher lumber prices meant that renovations, repairs, and new construction were all significantly more expensive, affecting both home projects and home prices.Two years after Covid-19 caused global shutdowns, the…

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