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More Canadians than ever can afford to buy a home. But is it always better to own than to rent?

Everything seems to get more expensive. Food, gas and housing prices are on the rise, while paychecks are slow to keep pace. CBC News’ Priced Out series explains why you pay more at checkout and how Canadians cope with the high cost of everything. Brandon Hepworth and his partner have …

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Diamond Age raises $50 million to advance robotic home building

diamond agea complete robotics startup that automates the construction of new homes to make home ownership more affordable, has raised a $50 million Series A cycle led by Prime Movers Lab. Seed investors Alpaca VC, Dolby Family Ventures, Timber Grove Ventures and Gaingels have all invested above their pro rata …

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Construction wage growth hits highest level in 40 years

Get the Insider app A personalized feed, digest mode, and ad-free experience. Download the app close icon Two crossed lines that form an ‘X’. It indicates a way to close an interaction or dismiss a notification. The residential construction sector added 6,700 new jobs in February. Construction wages are 6% …

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Supply chain issues continue to slow housing – RISMedia

As builders continue to report supply chain issues that are causing construction delays, overall housing starts fell 4.1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.64 million units, according to a US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and US report. Census Bureau. However, a sign of strong demand, …

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Cheap to Incredibly Expensive Housing Industry Ratings

Rajesh Pandit/iStock via Getty Images I have written about a number of housing stocks for Seeking Alpha. Here are their current valuations: Looking for Alpha Source: Looking for Alpha P/E ratios for these housing stocks range from 3.1 (yes, you read that right) to infinity for the two companies expected …

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COD board to discuss Palm Springs real estate and bond oversight on Thursday

The Desert College Board of Trustees will hold its monthly meeting Thursday at 9:30 a.m. The board will hear items related to Palm Springs real estate, the redistricting of the trust area, and the Bond Oversight Committee, among other topics. . Behind closed doors – part of the meeting is …

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Best Skilled Nursing/Post-Acute Design 2021: Innovation Soars in Tiny House Concept

Built on the former site of Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan State’s newest veterans home is the first to serve the Southeast and Detroit area. And, it does so with an innovative tiny house concept that delivers infection control and other benefits in a cutting-edge way. The Michigan Veterans …

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Home construction in central Indiana jumped in 2021

In the Nine Counties area, single-family building permits were up 20% last year from 2020. McCORDSVILLE, Ind. – Central Indiana is building and people are buying. Many home builders are experiencing record growth right now. In the Nine Counties area, single-family permits were up 20% last year from 2020. New …

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Panoramic views and a unique design mark the 35-story tower transforming the skyline near Buffalo Bayou

Many Houstonians walked the trails of Buffalo Bayou Park, weaving under the city’s bridges. They took their fur babies frolicking in her huge dog park and posed for countless family photos on the manicured lawns. But few have seen the park from the vantage point of the new 35-story skyscraper …

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Baessler Homes purchases property for new headquarters – BizWest

WELD COUNTY – The Perfect Place of Northern Colorado homebuilder Baessler Homes has always provided affordable housing in the more rural communities of Weld County. Now the Greeley-based company has found a new ‘sweet spot’, a property north of Greeley where the company will establish its new headquarters. JSB Rentals …

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Homebuilder stocks rebound in the wake of falling interest rates

A “Sold” sign is displayed outside a house under construction at a Lennar Corp development. in Montgomery, Illinois. Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images As the broader markets rallied to start the New Year on Monday, the residential construction sector sold off. IShares US Home Construction ETF lost 2.69% …

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Proud owner who refused to leave his old council house finds a new estate built around his house

A retiree who has stubbornly remained in his old city council says he feels safer now that a new housing estate has settled around him – after an intruder hit him three times with a hammer on the head last year. Charlie Wright, 70, refused to allow developers to buy …

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Zoning Appeal Board Tuesday, January 11, 2022, at 6:30 am | Zoning

Zoning Appeal Board Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. Gwinnett County Administrative and Justice Center Auditorium 75 Langley Drive Lawrenceville, GA 30046 The following Zoning Appeal Board cases, located in the county Gwinnett’s unincorporated, hearings as noted above. Applications and other information are available at the Department of Planning …

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Ormond Beach planning council votes no on the Tattersall project

The Ormond Beach planning council rejected the Tattersall at Tymber Creek project with a 5-1 vote at its Thursday, December 9 meeting, fearing the development would exacerbate existing traffic and flooding problems. The project will be examined by the Municipal Commission at its meeting on January 18. Planning board member …

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‘Sunrise’ community has nearly 500 new homes for sale in Surprise | Lifestyle and travel news

SURPRISE, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – As Surprise becomes one of West Valley’s fastest growing neighborhoods, a home builder has announced that it has started selling homes in a newly developed part of town. “Sunrise”, a community created by Landsea Homes was launched with 476 single family homes encapsulated …

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Forestar Announces DR Horton as Premier Homebuilder at Star Farms in Lakewood Ranch

Business DAILY SRQ FRESHLY Squeezed Content EVERY MORNING THURSDAY DEC 9, 2021 | Forestar Group Inc. (“Forestar”) has announced that DR Horton is the premier homebuilder at Star Farms, a multigenerational lifestyle community in Lakewood Ranch. DR Horton, America’s Builder, plans to build nearly 300 homes in Phase 1 of …

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Palm Beach’s only private island is America’s most expensive listing

The only private island in Palm Beach, Florida is back on the market. With a price tag of $ 210 million, the waterfront property has become America’s most expensive listing. Known as Tarpon Island, the property last changed hands for $ 85 million in July, the first time the property …

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The residential construction boom will continue in 2022

The housing construction boom in Australia is expected to continue through 2022 despite the rising cost of labor and materials and the rising cost of a new home. In its latest Economic and Industrial Outlook report, the Housing Industry Association (HIA) found that demand for new single-family and multi-unit construction …

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“Very strong” post-builder incentive for new home sales

“The new home market is starting to find its new post-HomeBuilder equilibrium, after a roller coaster of sales over the past 18 months with the negative impact of COVID lockdowns and then the HomeBuilder stimulus,” she said. “This new balance is very strong. Sales since the end of HomeBuilder are …

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Builders optimistic about new home growth despite supply chain

Breadcrumb Links New houses Houses Demand increases for new single and multi-family homes in Calgary Author of the article: Joel schlesinger • for the Calgary Herald New construction is underway in Calgary. Photo by Wil Andruschak, file /Postmedia The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. …

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Growing rate concerns and supply chain fears are boosting new home sales

E-mail Sign up for our free weekly newsletter US new home sales increase 14% in September According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and the US Census Bureau, low existing inventories and buyers’ fears of a future mortgage rate hike, new home sales posted a solid gain …

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Australian property: alarming housing affordability issues with huge price gap in units and houses

A new problem is emerging in real estate markets across the country, and that’s bad news for anyone trying to buy a home. Huge differences in the values ​​of homes and apartments in Australia have revealed the affordability crisis plaguing homebuyers – and some may find it difficult to own …

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US Home Construction Falls 1.6% Due to Supply Chain Bottleneck | Construction News

September’s drop comes as low interest rates have drawn buyers into the market, but rising material costs have pushed prices up. US homebuilding fell 1.6 percent in September, as builders continued to be stranded by supply chain bottlenecks. The Commerce Ministry reported on Tuesday that the drop in September left …

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The New Home Company wins “Community of the Year” and several other accolades at prestigious Southern California Homebuilding Awards

IRVINE, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Continuing its success in building California’s most award-winning communities, The New Home Company (NEW HOME) won “Detached Community of the Year” and several other accolades at the 2021 SoCal MAME Awards. NEW HOME has now won 28 Community of the Year awards since the …

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Mattamy Homes Closes Another Property in Phoenix Valley

Posted: October 12, 2021 at 2:32 p.m. EDT|Update: 15 minutes ago Mattamy will present new floor plans to homebuyers following the acquisition of Tierra Vistoso in Surprise, AZ SCOTTSDALE, Arizona., 12 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Mattamy Houses, North America largest private home builder, is pleased to announce that …

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Woodside offers two areas of Summerlin West

Woodside Homes, one of nine nationwide builders under development in Summerlin, offers homes in two neighborhoods in the community. Both are in Summerlin West, the new area of ​​the community to take shape, located west of 215 Beltway north of Far Hills Avenue. The developments offer breathtaking vistas and views …

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A fire burns down a house in eastern San Jose; 7 displaced residents – CBS San Francisco

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – A fire burned down a house and burned down a neighboring house in eastern San Jose on Tuesday afternoon. The San Jose Fire Department said the blaze started just before 2 p.m. at a single-story single-family home located in the 1200 block of Farringdon Dr. …

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Robert AM Stern West Village Spec Townhouse

Architect Robert AM Stern and Jared Kaliner, Justin Kaliner and Robert Kaliner of RoundSquare Builders (Getty, Roundsquare Builders) RoundSquare Builders are working on their next specific house with the architectural firm of Robert AM Stern. The developer bought 107 Bank Street for $ 9.3 million on Thursday with funding from …

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A housing market so hot that a burnt down house was worth $ 400,000

This is the case with a house outside of Boston that was literally on fire just a month ago. The burnt down three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home in Melrose, Massachusetts was listed last week for $ 399,000 and is already under contract, according to his listing on Zillow. “The house needs a …

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How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community

Square feet Three-dimensional printing can create almost any object. A partnership in Mexico puts this theory to the test, building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in Tabasco state in southeastern Mexico, an area of ​​the country surrounded by tropical forests where …

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Despite steady population growth in Nevada, some residents call and move elsewhere

The math didn’t work for Richard Luciano. Her search for a new home with enough room for her aging parents became a ritual of disappointment. He and his wife have roamed the Las Vegas real estate market for over a year and a half, watching prices soar and bidding wars …

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Beware of the backlash as financiers enter rental property

Sep 25, 2021 BERLINERS, MORE more than four-fifths of them rent their homes, have an unusual opportunity on September 26 to express their anger at the rising cost of housing. A referendum on the same day as Germany’s national and municipal elections will give them their say on whether the …

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KB Home Earnings: Supply chain issues hit another homebuilder

Text size KB Home, PulteGroup, DR Horton and Lennar have all warned that disruptions will affect the closures. Patrick T. Fallon / Bloomberg Home Ko is the latest homebuilder to say supply chain issues have weighed on home sales and deliveries. The California automaker reported third quarter earnings per share …

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August starts better than expected

U.S. homebuilders began construction on 1.615 million homes in August, up 3.9% from July 2021 and 17.4% more than a year ago, according to a new report from the United States Census Bureau and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Nationwide, 1.728 million building permits were withdrawn, 6% …

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NAHB: builders’ confidence posts first monthly gain in four months

Falling lumber costs and strong housing demand helped boost builder confidence by one point in September after a three-month drop, the National Association of Home Builders reported, citing the latest NAHB / Wells Fargo Housing Market Index. The September 76 reading was up one point from August, despite continuing challenges …

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Conserving land and building houses, can we have both?

Protecting rural lands from development and building new homes for New Hampshire’s growing population are both popular and laudable goals. However, it often seems that these two objectives contradict each other and that one should be chosen and given up on the other. I would like to argue that it …

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Cramer’s Crazy Money Recap: FedEx, Costco, Nike

The late September faint is here and it’s time to take some evasive action, Jim Cramer warned his Mad Money viewers on Friday. This means investors need to lock in their earnings, raise funds, and even sell short to protect their positions from a historically tough time for stocks. The …

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Design, reliability and evolution of charging stations for electric vehicles – Discussion with Nathan Yang from FLO

I recently had the opportunity to speak at length with Nathan Yang, FLO’s Product Manager, about the design, evolution and reliability of electric vehicle charging stations. We also talked about the differences in customer base in the electric vehicle landscape and providing a complete, useful and memorable user experience. Listen …

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The government launches a public consultation to make permanent the external measures for shopping streets

The temporary measures that gave a huge boost to shopping streets and hospitality during the pandemic could be made permanent following a public consultation launched today (September 5, 2021). From marquees set up in pubs to year-round street markets, Authorized Development Rights (PDRs) have allowed people to enjoy al fresco …

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Supervisors will hear Pico Canyon development appeal on Tuesday

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will hear a call on Tuesday for a proposed 37-unit development for a 94.38-acre undeveloped piece of land located southwest of Pico Canyon Road near Interstate 5, just east of Magnolia Lane. The county’s regional planning commission approved the project, known as Canyon …

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Landon Homes’ award-winning plan in Rowlett is now open

The Dallas Builders Association’s Home of the Week is the 2021 McSam Award winner Landon Homes’ Jasmine 15 plan. Located at 3517 Petals Place in the Magnolia Landing community of Rowlett, this plan is open for viewing. Landon Homes has developed new cottage and artisan designs for Magnolia Landing. The …

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Austin homebuilding at record pace despite slightly declining market

Home construction continues at a record pace in central Texas, the latest figures show, and industry experts say housing demand in the Austin area is expected to remain strong for the remainder of the year. However, they say the market could see the pace of sales and price increases slow …

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McKelvey Homes new Sommerlin community is now open! | Builder

Photo provided by McKelvey Homes Prospective buyers now have the chance to get their first glimpse of Sommerlin, McKelvey’s highly anticipated new community, located on 25 acres near the intersection of HWY DD and Sommers Road, in O’Fallon, Missouri. Community development is underway. Pre-sales have started on-site with the sales …

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‘Perfect Storm’: Twin Falls Real Estate Market More Competitive Than Ever | Local

Construction industry During the Great Recession, the construction trades in south-central Idaho were hit hard. During this time, workers left the construction industry and in some cases never returned, Rothweiler said. “Their production is not able to meet demand,” he said. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. …

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KB Home Announces Grand Opening of Maple Creek, a New Home Community in Georgetown, Texas | Your money

AUSTIN, Texas – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 15, 2021– KB Home (NYSE: KBH) today announced the grand opening of Maple Creek, a new single-family home community in Georgetown. Maple Creek is conveniently located near Highways 29, 35, and 130, and minutes from historic Georgetown Square, downtown Wolf Ranch, and the …

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New Hampshire home prices rise among nation’s fastest | Local News

New Hampshire saw the ninth-highest increase in the price of a single-family home in the past year, according to a study by real estate data analysis firm CoreLogic. In its most recent US Home Price Insights report, CoreLogic said house prices in New Hampshire rose 18.9% between May 2020 and …

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Mattamy Homes buys 85 acres in Queen Creek for $ 15.5 million

The Land Advisors Organization’s Metro Phoenix home construction team announced the closure of 85 acres in Queen Creek, Ariz. To Mattamy Homes. The $ 15.5 million deal is the first in a two-phase transaction that will include a total of 165 acres and deliver 533 new housing lots to the …

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58-unit residential project returns to design commission – Pasadena Now

The Design Commission will consider an application for a design review on Tuesday for a 58-unit residential project slated for one-acre, four-lot space on Walnut Street. The other lots are located on Greenwood and Parkwood avenues.The site is currently developed with one and two story commercial and automotive buildings as …

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Letter to the Editor: Jordan Lofts – Common Sense | Sedona.Biz

By Robert C. Porter(July 4, 2021) Over the past two months, I’ve listened to a growing crescendo of concerns about Jordan Lofts, so I figured I was going to weigh in with a common sense approach. I have lived in Sedona for 23 years and love this city. I specify …

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LGI Homes opens new community north of Seattle

SEATTLE, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – LGI Homes, Inc. (NASDAQ: LGIH) today announced the grand opening of its new community near Seattle, Cedar Hill Estates, where the builder will build 78 homes. Located in Stanwood, a prime location in northwest Snohomish County off I-5 and WA-532, Cedar Hill Estates …

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More and more owners are becoming owners of secondary suites

Much was lacking during the coronavirus crisis, and that includes housing. When the country went into lockdown, the Americans were on the move. The sudden upheaval caused house prices to soar. Even now, potential buyers continue to be excluded from the property market as prices continue to rise. At the …

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High timber prices fall – The Lima News

Home prices are skyrocketing, pushed up by a combination of record mortgage rates, strong buyer demand and a persistent shortage of new construction. In 2021, a new factor put pressure on house prices: month after month, wood prices hit new highs. Wood costs climbed more than 30 percent from January …

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Inventory Development Reaches 49th Place on National List of Housing Giants!

Recognized as Southwest Florida’s premier luxury home builder in premier communities for 20 years. Stock Development stands behind an established and respected heritage, with more than 5,000 homes built in Southwest Florida. The company has just received another national accolade by reaching 49th place on Pro Builder magazine’s 2021 HOUSING …

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Wood is very expensive now. Even the prices of picnic tables explode | Business

The cost of a common good has clouded summer plans, and it’s not gasoline: soaring lumber prices are making new homes, renovations, and even simple picnic tables considerably more expensive . Sometimes bills come in thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars above the estimate. In the most extreme …

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MBA expects new home sales to decline further

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) predicts a further decline in new home sales. The Association’s May Builders’ Requests Survey (BAS) found a 5.9% drop in mortgage applications for the purchase of a new home from the previous year. Compared to April 2021, requests are down 9%. This change does not …

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Real Estate Developer Launches New Home Building Division

MOSINEA – Real estate developer SC Swiderski has launched SC Swiderski Homes, a new division that designs and builds residential homes across Wisconsin, SC Swiderski announced today. The first single-family homes will start in the fall in the Lallapalooza Estates subdivision in Black River Falls. The company has purchased additional …

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Idaho home builder creating new culture and new vibes for residents | state

BOISE, Idaho, June 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CBH Houses, Idaho Homebuilder # 1 is reaching new heights with its future planned community, Locale. Just minutes from Boise Airport, the local builder is building more than just homes, but a new lifestyle for those looking for a new place …

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Builders Capital exceeds $ 1,000,000,000 in loan services | New

SEATTLE, June 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Builders capital crossed a significant threshold in May, widening the gap in the private construction credit space with more than $ 1,000,000,000 in its portfolio of active services. These projects mean the creation of more than 3,641 housing units in 45 states. …

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Denver homebuyers grappling with the frenetic sellers market | New

Offers all in cash. Bidding wars. Offers with indexation clauses without ceiling. Home inspections canceled, except for health or safety issues. Offers sometimes invisible in the minutes following the arrival of a house on the market. Denver area homebuyers have deployed all of the above strategies over the past few …

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Is Utah cutting too many corners on housing rules in hopes of cutting costs?

Editor’s Note • This story is only available to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. Soaring construction costs are exploding Utah’s already heavy debate over affordable housing. A pandemic-induced surge in commodity prices like lumber, concrete, bricks and metals now virtually dominates the political conversation about …

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Why Cranston’s Riverstone is the best place to call home

Steps from parks, incredible views of the Bow River and countless miles of trails for walking, jogging or biking: Cranston’s Riverstone is a great place to connect with nature and live a lifestyle. healthy and outdoor. Here it’s easy to get away from the hustle and bustle – without having …

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Buyers are told to beware of where they get firewood in the middle of thefts

According to the Metro Denver HBA, a side effect of the increased cost of wood is theft. DENVER – Home builders have always been concerned about safety on construction sites, but people are generally willing to steal tools and copper. “Jobsite theft is nothing new, so it’s something they’ve had …

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Multi-family homebuilding sentiment peaks in seven quarters

Sentiment of multi-family construction reached its highest level in seven quarters in the first quarter of 2021, according to the results of the multi-family market survey released by the National Association of Home Builders. The Multifamily Production Index, which measures the sentiment of builders and developers on the current market …

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HDC Endorses Connected Home at Tripp House

The Newport Historic District Commission voted 6-1 on May 18 to give design approval for a house to be built on the point and connected to the historic John Tripp House. But several questions remain as to how the historic house will connect with a new house that will be …

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Millennial Homebuyers to Fuel the U.S. Real Estate Market: Top 5 Choices – May 5, 2021

The US real estate market has emerged as a dark horse in the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus. As the storm cleaned up cities and pushed people to live in suburbs and less populated areas, the housing market exploded. A combination of massive migration and low mortgage rates has …

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