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This notable rise in builder sentiment is largely attributable to a postelection bounce, as builders are hopeful that President-elect Trump will follow through on his pledge to cut burdensome regulations that are harming small businesses and housing affordability.
Dec 15 2016
“This is particularly important, given that a recent NAHB study shows that regulatory costs for homebuilding have increased 29 percent in the past five years.” said Ed Brady on this article: Homebuilder sentiment spikes 7 points, Trump has them feeling fantastic. This page contains 9 articles quoting Ed Brady. Main topics on which Ed Brady is quoted are NAHB and November. In addition you’ll find 11 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
Quotes by Ed Brady
Dec 15 2016
This is particularly important, given that a recent NAHB study shows that regulatory costs for homebuilding have increased 29 percent in the past five years.
Nov 16 2016
With most of our members responding before the November elections, confidence levels remained unchanged as they awaited the results. Still, builder sentiment has held well above 60 for the past three months, indicating that the single-family housing sector continues to show slow, gradual growth.
Oct 18 2016
Even with this month's drop, builder confidence stands at its second-highest level in 2016, a sign that the housing recovery continues to make solid progress.
Sep 19 2016
As household incomes rise, builders in many markets across the nation are reporting they are seeing more serious buyers, a positive sign that the housing market continues to move forward.
Aug 15 2016
Regulatory hurdles and rising costs for buildable lots and skilled labor continue to put upward pressure on the cost of building a home.
Jun 16 2016
Builders in many markets across the nation are reporting higher traffic and more committed buyers at their job sites. However, our members are also relating ongoing concerns regarding the shortage of buildable lots and labor and noting pockets of softness in scattered markets.
May 16 2016
Builder confidence has held steady at 58 for four straight months, which indicates that the single-family housing sector remains in positive territory. However, builders are facing an increasing number of regulations and lot supply constraints.
Mar 15 2016
Confidence levels are hovering above the 50-point mid-range, indicating that the single-family market continues to make slow but steady progress. However, builders continue to report problems regarding a shortage of lots and labor.
Feb 16 2016
Though builders report the dip in confidence this month is partly attributable to the high cost and lack of availability of lots and labor, they are still positive about the housing market.
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