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Builder Sentiment Surges, But Challenges Lie Ahead

According to the National Association of Home Builders, single-family starts are expected to grow in 2024, and while builder sentiment improved, "builders will face growing challenges with building material cost and availability, as well as lot supply," according to NAHB Chairman Alicia Huey.

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Homebuyers: Back in the Game?

With the market still hampered by high mortgage rates and tight supply, MReport asks a panel of experts if the spring/summer 2023 housing market will bring homebuyers back off the sidelines.

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Home Purchase Mortgage Apps Fell Nearly 30% in December

Mortgage applications for new home purchases decreased 25.2% in December compared to a year ago, according to a new report from the MBA Builder Application Survey. The data shows the number of applications and estimated sales are more than 20% behind last year's pace.

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What’s Going to Happen to Housing?

In an exclusive chat with MReport, Fannie Mae Chief Economist Doug Duncan dissects the elements creating the supply/demand imbalance in housing, and what solutions may lie ahead to remedy the situation.

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