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Luxury home searches skyrocket, construction industry appeals to Gen-Z

This week, Taylor discusses how new home construction is in high demand, how the industry is appealing to Gen-Z, how the luxury home market is coming back stronger than ever, and new details on a 1.5 Trillion Dollar infrastructure plan.

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Construction productivity reaches pre-COVID levels

This week, Taylor covers construction productivity post-COVID, how a new company in Boston is poised to be the LinkedIn of the construction industry, and why home builders are banking on strong economic recovery heading into the last half of the year.

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Blue-collar stigma fades, and a new program aims to promote diversity

This week, Taylor covers recently released employment data, why experts are still talking about building in smaller markets, and what the construction industry is doing to combat systemic racism and even outdated stereotypes and stigmas. 

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New home construction grows in rural areas as the market stabilizes

This week, Taylor covers the ongoing stability in the housing market, why the price of home building materials may actually be decreasing, and how new construction is growing in rural and low-density areas.

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Remodeling projects go on, and a new app connects students to skilled trades

This week, Taylor covers the stability of the housing market, how a new app is connecting students to the skilled trades, and how the roofing industry is expected to grow to nearly $132 billion dollars by the year 2027. 

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Home builder confidence is on the rise after a promising start to May

This week, Taylor covers rebounding home builder confidence as the industry grows more optimistic about post-pandemic home sales. Plus, new guidance from the Treasury Department on the Paycheck Protection Program, and how the construction industry is still being saddled by a lack of available labor, despite record-setting unemployment numbers across the United States. 

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Amid low inventory, home prices show 'no signs of buckling'

This week, Taylor covers the latest news in the construction industry-including the latest employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, why the prices of homes in several metros are staying firm, and how construction technology companies are making job sites safer for workers, both in pandemic times and beyond. 

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New home construction poised to be a"prime-recovery activity"

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. 

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Demand for new homes surge as renters look to flee larger cities

This week, Taylor covers the latest news in the construction industry- including a bounce-back in demand for newly built homes, and why remodeling spend is projected to contract in nearly half of American's major metropolitan areas. 

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6 months of mortgage payments, and a tool company brings the school workshop online

This week, Taylor covers confidence in the construction industry, how selling new homes is changing in the wake in the coronavirus, and what one tool company is doing to keep kids engaged at home.

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