Lumber prices waver as mortgage rates cool but builder confidence craters to lowest level since start of the pandemic

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Lumber prices are seeking direction as the housing market finally shows signs of slowing down. A recent reprieve in mortgage rates helped boost lumber prices in early July, but those gains have tapered off. Homebuilder confidence has cratered to levels not seen since the start of the pandemic. Something is loading. An equilibrium in supply…

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