Unusually cold weather is partly to blame for a severe drop in builder confidence.
This year could be a good one for remodeling activity and new-home construction.
Older homebuyers are giving builders a boost in confidence.
First-time buyers will have a harder time locating an affordable new home.
Two of this week’s reports involve closely watched inflation measures.
Rising rates aren’t frightening off buyers of newly built homes.
The future looks bright for the nation’s homebuilders.
The latest monthly survey shows builder confidence is soaring.
Homebuilders are scrambling to meet demand with too few workers.
Labor and supply costs are aiding a loss of confidence among home builders.