Remote workers moving to Boise, for example, have raised the average annual income of homebuyers by 24%, to $98,000
The COVID-19 pandemic is essentially over, but the disruption to the housing industry that lies in its wake will be felt for years to come
There is no "new normal," only now. Use this time after the height of the pandemic and its upheaval to set the stage for sustainable success for your business
COVID-19 may be easing its grip on the U.S. after a disastrous two years, but lingering supply chain disruptions have builders holding onto their pandemic business tactics
After two years of grueling price volatility, building obstacles, and record low supply, the housing market is still recovering from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
NAHB Policy Briefing | A court challenge resulted in a ruling that eligibility requirements were wrongly applied to PPP loans for home builders; top markets for single-family and multifamily construction permits
The mandate effectively requires companies to fire hard-to-replace workers who aren't vaccinated. "If we lose any workers due to these vaccine mandates, there's nobody to replace them," says Tony Milo of the Colorado Contractors Association.
Just as the pandemic spurred a building boom, it did the same for off-site construction company Factory OS. Factory OS constructs apartment…