National Association Of Home Builders News
US February housing starts fell 7 pct after January surge
Slowdown in apartment construction causes US housing starts to tumble 7 percent in February
Builders optimism slides for third consecutive month
A new survey reveals fading optimism among homebuilders, and a downward revision in sentiment from February suggests a more sustained perception of deterioration. The National Association of Home Builders /Wells Fargo builder sentiment index for March was 70, the group said Thursday, and a downward
Industry groups say US tariffs will cost jobs, raise prices
Many U.S. industries are not happy with the Trump administration's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum
Trade groups say US tariffs on aluminum, steel will hurt
A broad swath of U.S. industries is unhappy with the tariffs that the Trump administration is imposing on aluminum and steel imports
Should you have a sprinkler system in your home?
Some fire safety experts are pushing for sprinklers, which are required in new homes in three states, to be more widely used, while others question whether they are worth the cost.
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,"
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.
Investigation: New Home Heartbreak
In Seattle, the walls were literally melting. In Birmingham, the floors bounced and creaked as they were walked on. In Tampa, bricks fell from the chimney, preventing anyone from parking in the driveway. In suburban Washington, D.C., holes in the foundation led to an infestation of rodents under
6 Times Donald Trump Says He's Been 'Sarcastic' or 'Misinterpreted'
Donald Trump ’s claims that he was being sarcastic when talking about President Obama being the “founder of ISIS,” but it isn’t the first time during this campaign when he’s claimed that he was being "sarcastic" or said he’s been misinterpreted. Trump regularly blasts the media for distorting his