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  • FHA Increases Loan Limits for 2023

    Loan limits across most of the country will increase in the coming year because of house price appreciation during the first half of 2022, which is factored into the statutorily mandated calculations FHA uses to determine the limits each year.

  • FWS Releases Final Rule Re-Classifying Status of Northern Longed-Eared Bat

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is hosting an informational webinar this Friday, Dec. 2, at 11 a.m. ET to explain the final rule, what northern longed-eared nat (NLEB) project screening tools FWS has developed, and what NLEB conservation […]

  • NAHB Publishes Model Safety Program for Remodelers

    NAHB recently published the free Remodelers Safety & Health Program, a model safety program specifically for residential construction companies that primarily engage in remodeling projects.

  • AD&C Balances Continue to Rise, December 1, 2022, Read More ›
  • October Private Residential Spending Falls

    Private residential construction spending declined 0.3% in October, as spending on single-family construction dropped 2.6%. Private residential construction spending fell for the fifth consecutive month, standing at an annual pace of $887.2 billion. This was about 8.6% higher compared to a year ago. The monthly decline is largely attributed to lower spending on single-family construction.

  • Apartment Absorption Rate Reaches 25-year High

    Data from the Census Bureau’s latest Survey of Market Absorptions of New Multifamily Units (SOMA) indicates that the multifamily market remained strong during the second quarter of 2022 due to high demand. With low single-family housing supply and increased unaffordability of for-sale housing, many would-be buyers have turned to or remained in the multifamily rental

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