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Overall, the number of housing units that started construction last year was up 7 percent from 2019. (iStock)
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Residential construction had busiest year since 2006: MBA

Residential construction continued to surge as 2020 came to an end, finishing off homebuilding’s busiest year since the housing...

Residential construction had busiest year since 2006: MBA
Construction spending in November was dominated by housing again as concerns grow about “meager” nonresidential work (iStock)
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Homebuilding boom continues with 16% increase

Homebuilding continued to boom in November, new data show, while concern is growing over the lack of nonresidential projects....

Homebuilding boom continues with 16% increase
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Single-family housing starts now at 2007 bubble level

The number of housing units under construction grew for the third month in a row, as housing continues to...

Single-family housing starts now at 2007 bubble level
Residential construction accounted for 44% of spending in October. (iStock)
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Housing drives rise in construction spending October

A strong housing market continued to fuel construction spending this fall. Construction spending grew an estimated 1.3 percent in...

Housing drives rise in construction spending October
Housing starts rose almost 5% last month
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Housing starts rose almost 5% last month

Homebuilding surged in October in tandem with confidence in the sector reaching a new high. Housing starts jumped 4.9 percent to 1.5 million, seasonally adjusted, compared to 1.4 million logged in September by the...

Housing starts rose almost 5% last month
Construction on the Hotel Tower at The Grand in downtown Los Angeles (Mel Melcon/LAT/Getty)

Developers proposing fewer projects during pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped construction in Los Angeles County, but it has made it harder to find financing...

Developers proposing fewer projects during pandemic
Homebuilder confidence soars to another record high
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Homebuilder confidence soars to another record high

Homebuilders’ faith in the housing market continues to reach new heights, even as the country braces itself for a...

Homebuilder confidence soars to another record high
Maria Rioumine and Ryan Gibson (Agora, iStock)
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Tishman Speyer, Suffolk back supply-chain startup

Building materials cost around $250 billion a year. To help keep spending in check, Tishman Speyer and Suffolk Construction...

Tishman Speyer, Suffolk back supply-chain startup
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