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Building Materials

Lumber Prices Fall to Pre-Pandemic Levels as Interest Rates Rise

Rising interest rates are sending lumber prices to their lowest level in more than two years. What does that mean for new-home construction?

Building Materials

Lumber Prices Jump Following Uptick in Single-Family Construction Starts

Lumber prices rose by more than 6% after an unexpected gain in new construction starts in August

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Building Materials

Lumber Prices Fell to New 2022 Low Following Goldman Sachs Housing Forecast

Lumber prices fell 4% on Tuesday after Goldman Sachs released its updated forecast for home sales in 2022

Timber Framing

Wood Framing Remained Most Dominant Construction Method in 2021 Despite Lumber Volatility

The share of wood-framed homes in the U.S. increased in 2021 even as lumber prices soared to record highs

Building Materials

June PPI Report Highlights Record-Setting Volatility for Lumber and Other Building Materials

Building materials prices have been prone to near-constant volatility throughout the pandemic, and the latest increases are no exception

Building Materials

Record Lumber Prices Have Added 14K to the Cost of a Single-Family Home

Lumber prices have suffered a number of highs and lows throughout the pandemic, sending the cost of single-family and multifamily properties soaring 

Building Materials

Prices for Building Materials Posted Another Gain in May

The most recent PPI report offers little relief for builders bogged down by record high prices for building materials

Building Materials

A Slowdown in Housing Demand Is Creating a Surfeit of Lumber Products

Housing demand is cooling across the U.S., and as some builders pull back, a glut of lumber inventory is sending prices to post-pandemic lows

Building Materials

Are the Dark Days of Lumber Volatility Finally Behind Us?

Some market experts seem to think that the lumber bubble has finally burst as elevated interest rates cause a drop in demand

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