Home Builders News
US housing starts rebounded in June
US homebuilders increased construction 8.3 percent in June, ending three straight monthly declines
US homebuilder sentiment declines in July
U.S. homebuilders are feeling less optimistic about their sales prospects, although their overall outlook remains positive
AP Explains: 'Car Wash' probe upending Brazilian politics
An investigation that started more than three years ago in a Brazilian gas station might end the career of the most popular political leader in Brazil's history
Riding the uptrend in housing construction
After 10 years of under-building, the home construction industry has turned brisk and is gaining momentum as consumers of various ages, motivated by high consumer confidence, seek new places to live. Various indicators show uptrends in different segments of the industry. These include a big
Bill Gates: 10 Memorable Moments
A PC industry without Bill Gates is almost unthinkable. And yet it's almost upon us. Here are some fond memories.
Buying a New Construction Home? Read This First
Dear Readers: Your home is one of the biggest investments you’ll make. It’s also a purchase that’ll affect you and your family every single day. But, as an ABC News “Nightline” investigation revealed this week, buying a newly constructed home can be fraught with perils such as melting siding, loose
As Homeowners Complained, Trump Slammed 'Frivolous' Lawsuits
Under a Donald Trump administration, the already uphill battle new homeowners say they face when taking on builders over allegedly shoddy and unacceptable work could become even steeper. "You know a lot of the problem that you have are judicial, lawsuits. I know the problems that you have,"
Trump on Deregulating the Home Builder Industry
Then-candidate Trump speaks to home builders in Miami, Florida in August 2016.
New Home Heartbreak: When Dream Homes Turn Into Nightmares
An ABC News investigation finds myriad of new homeowner complaints of shoddy construction.
Home Builder CEO: 'No Such Thing As a Perfect Home'
National Association of Home Builders top official says most people happy with new homes.