Many buyers are riding out the roller coaster in search of an even cooler housing market
November 12, 2022
On Oct. 24, the experts at Zonda, the housing industry's foremost advisors, released the New Home Market Update report for September 2022. The housing market has entered a wait-and-see phase—consumers are trying to decide if it makes sense to buy today or wait.
Construction association survey finds labor shortages and supply chain problems are constraining further nonresidential growth; officials urge public leaders to reform training and immigration policies
September 23, 2022
Total construction spending decreased by 0.4% in July as spending on new houses and apartments tumbled, overshadowing a pickup in private nonresidential and public construction, according to an analysis the Associated General Contractors of America released on Sept. 1 of federal spending data.
Study also shows how Builders FirstSource has evolved since merging with BMC
August 18, 2022
Pro-oriented, residentially focused construction supply companies acquired 671 locations and opened 154 others in 2021, capping one of the busiest years ever for lumberyards, specialty dealers and related firms, Webb Analytics’ just-released 2021 Deals Report finds.
Association official says labor shortages are keeping the construction sector from adding even more jobs, urges new public investments in construction workforce development and training programs
August 8, 2022
Construction firms added 32,000 jobs in July as the sector’s unemployment rate fell to 3.5% and the number of unfilled construction positions approached record levels, according to an analysis of federal employment data released today by the Associated General Contractors of America.
A study published by the American Institute of Architects, in partnership with the Associated General Contractors of America, sheds new light on the relationship of architects and contractors and the needs of both professions.
Construction starts are once again increasing after a slowdown in the fourth quarter of 2021. But labor shortages continue, and after a brief decline, materials prices are again climbing, caused partially by the war in Ukraine.
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