Single-family housing production weakens

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istock.com/photovs WASHINGTON — Single-family housing starts declined further in September as high mortgage rates, ongoing building material production disruptions, and flagging demand stemming from rising affordability challenges continue to put a damper on new home production. Overall housing starts decreased 8.1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.44 million units in September, according to…

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