This year has had many highs and lows—home prices, inventory, builder confidence, interest rates. Just about every aspect of the industry has experienced some level
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Following a historic 2022 in residential construction, PWSC assembled Five Homebuilder Trends for 2023 to kick off the new year. Now with 2024 just a
The best word for describing the 2023 economy may be “uncertain.” Inflation is still high. The Fed has everyone guessing on interest rates. Some U.S.
Let’s start with a quiz. Q: A broken water pipe floods several nearly finished units in a multi-story condominium project. Does a builder’s commercial general
Following a wild 2021 in the home building and real estate markets, PWSC assembled “Five Residential Construction Trends for 2022” to kick off the new year. Now more than halfway to 2023, we thought this was a good time to revisit those predictions.
In a first for the warranty industry, PWSC recently launched a program specifically for build-to-rent homes. The program adds 10 years of structural protection to PWSC’s industry leading system and appliance service contract…
The building outlook for the remainder of 2022 and start of 2023 is sending some mixed signals. New home starts and prices posted slight decreases in recent months, but Freddie Mac reports a shortage of about 3 million homes in the United States currently.
There is a buzz in the home construction industry and it isn’t just the sound of power saws. One topic has everyone talking—build-to-rent (BTR) single-family