U.S. Builders Continue to Grapple with Increased Housing Market Uncertainty in 2023

Econ & Housing

Email Sign Up For Our Free Weekly Newsletter The National Association of Home Builders is reporting this week that U.S. single-family production remained at an anemic pace in February 2023, as builders continue to wrestle with elevated mortgage rates, high construction costs and tightening credit conditions that threaten to be exacerbated by recent turmoil in…

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