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Construction Spending on the Rise

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Latest data from the Census Bureau pointed to an increase in spending on construction, signaling more houses being built. Will this trend sustain given the rising lumber tariffs?

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Opportunity Knocks

As homeownership rates dwindle and the single-family rental market continues to grow, what options exist for traditional mortgage lenders and servicers? And what does the future look like as renting becomes more and more common?

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Builder Confidence Stays Strong

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and Wells Fargo reported a solid market for new single-family homes in the April NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI), a measure of market conditions based on three factors, with a range of zero to 100. All three individual components of the HMI (present single family sales, next six-month single family sales, and prospective buyer traffic) reported losses month over month, but are still strong.

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