This week, Taylor covers the latest news in the construction industry- including American's "pent-up demand" for new homes after months of quarantine and why home prices are actually rising, not falling, in several major metro's. Plus, why new home construction is poised to be a "prime-recovery activity" post-pandemic.
Listen to the entire episode below on SoundCloud.
At a Glance
- "Pent-Up Demand" drives homebuyer interest three weeks in a row
- Construction spending was up in March, according to the US Department of Commerce
- Housing construction poised to be a "prime recovery activity" post-pandemic
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