NAHB: Building material prices may have peaked

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Building materials are shown at a construction site in Hiawatha. CREDIT RICHARD PRATT In just the past year, prices for materials used in residential construction have climbed nearly 20%. But that was also a period of intense demand and insufficient supply — a reliable recipe for sky-high building material prices. So with interest rates rising…

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