Homebuilder Confidence Continues to Grow This Year | GlobeSt

Econ & Housing

The housing market may be turning a corner even as builders continue to contend with high construction costs and building material supply chain logjams, according to a new report from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Its HMI index, produced with Wells Fargo, measures builder confidence in newly built single-family homes in February rose…

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