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History repeats: responses to an NAHB survey on affordability issues echo those of the early '90s, suggesting that builders need to pull out all the stops. Sep 1, 2006 561
Buckle up: the projected "soft landing" will have some rough spots. Jul 1, 2006 547
High standards: builders continue to produce quality homes, even as the number of homes built reaches record levels. May 1, 2006 503
Reality check: a recent survey finds that builders are fighting back as demand ebbs. Mar 1, 2006 511
Forecast: Sunny: the NAHB's newest long-term outlook shows a record level for housing production through 2014. Feb 1, 2006 579
Wrong approach: the recommendations of the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform would decimate housing. Jan 1, 2006 546
A delicate balance: the Federal Reserve is wary of the housing boom's financial implications for the nation and is taking deliberate steps to address the issue. Nov 1, 2005 535
ARM wrestling: many adjustable rate mortgages offer benefits to lenders and home buyers. Federal regulators are trying to deal with those that don't. Sep 1, 2005 472
Dread wrong: yes, the housing industry has had an incredible run, but those who say it will sink the economy don't understand the new paradigm. Aug 1, 2005 499
Beware "hidden supply": purchases by investors/speculators help fuel the housing market but can cause trouble down the line. Jun 1, 2005 458
Blowing bubbles: builder concern about investor/speculator activity is growing. May 1, 2005 518
Special skills: labor availability helps builders maintain quality and limit callbacks. Apr 1, 2005 494
Balancing act: builders may see a better balance in materials markets. Mar 1, 2005 530
Just speculating: speculative buying could endanger some housing markets. Dec 1, 2004 531
On the rise: resurgent house prices resurrect "bubble" charges. Nov 1, 2004 479
Model president: economists design models to help foretell presidential outcomes. Oct 1, 2004 490
David and Goliath: consolidation is putting pressure on small builders. Sep 1, 2004 459
Under control: builders maintain quality control in a hot housing market. Aug 1, 2004 442
Tighten up: fed tightening not expected to cause problems for housing. Jul 1, 2004 479
Interest rates rise: the shift in interest rates does not mean home prices are vulnerable. Jun 1, 2004 476
Hindsight is 20/20. Letter to the Editor May 1, 2004 210
Still stable: the Fed has no plans to raise interest rates to weaken house prices. May 1, 2004 492
Mortgage matters: builders should use ARMs as an affordability tool. Apr 1, 2004 485
The producers: the productivity-driven economic expansion is good for housing. Feb 1, 2004 539
Outlook good: rising interest rates will not depress house prices. Jan 1, 2004 508
Consolidations: a small number of companies have gained significant market share, thanks to mergers and acquisitions. (homebuilding industry). Industry Overview Dec 1, 2003 568
Good times: it's shaping up to be a great decade for housing. Nov 1, 2003 559
Rate and see: higher interest rates will not destroy the housing market. In fact, housing demand should remain high. Sep 1, 2003 498
U.S. is not Japan: don't worry about deflation in housing prices. (Seiders Economy). Jul 1, 2003 566
Home builders benefit: the decline in nonresidential construction benefits home builders. (Seiders Economy). Jun 1, 2003 487
Remarkable performance: housing can sustain its remarkable performance of 2001 and 2002 into 2003. (Seiders Economy). Feb 1, 2003 499
Taking stock of housing: our survey, examining the ramifications of the stock market decline on housing provides mixed results. (Seiders Economy). Jan 1, 2003 519
ARM revival: there is little doubt rates will be subject to upward pressures. Be prepared to help arrange ARMs when interest rates inevitably rise. (Seiders Economy). Dec 1, 2002 513
Steady as she goes: interest rate shock absorber should keep housing on track. (Seiders Economy). Column Nov 1, 2002 561
Onward and upward: rather than bubbling and then bursting, most surveyed builders say home prices will simply keep bubbling up. (Seiders Economy). Oct 1, 2002 488
Scramble on: mostly only the largest builders have a two-or-more-year lot supply. Smaller builders often have a six-months' or less supply of buildable lots. And that's trouble. (Seiders Economy). Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 418
Balance maintained: lending standards and capital rules saved lenders and builders from themselves. (Seiders Economy). Brief Article May 1, 2002 527
Cyclical mold broken: What happened to the housing cycle? It's different but not dead. (Seiders Economy). Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 519
Incentives limit decline: Aggressive incentives--including options, paying closing costs or points, and buying down interest--keep consumers in market. (Seiders Economy). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 483
Don't Worry: Concerns unwarranted about the budget surplus or social security. (Seiders Economy). Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 524
After september 11: Shock waves pressure economy, but rebound chances are good. (Seiders economy). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 591
Housing Won't Crash. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 641
Production Bottlenecks. Sep 1, 2001 756
Revisit ARMs. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 682
Labor Woes. Nov 1, 2000 591
Soft Landing In View. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 615
Slowdown Eases Supply Shortages. Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 628
What's in a House Price? Brief Article Aug 1, 2000 555
Reconsider Lot Strategies. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2000 591
Watch the Stock Market. Brief Article Dec 1, 1999 509
SEIDERSECONOMY. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 520
A call to ARMs. Column Oct 1, 1999 437
Stressed out on growth. Sep 1, 1999 438
Acquisition activity. Aug 1, 1999 537
Credit may tighten. Jul 1, 1999 496
Where's the wallboard? Column Jun 1, 1999 460
Quality vs. the labor shortage. May 1, 1999 431
The coming slowdown. Column Mar 1, 1999 466
Labor noose tightens. Column Feb 1, 1999 547
Coping with the credit squeeze. Column Jan 1, 1999 511
A credit crunch likely. Dec 1, 1998 480
Beware the global crisis. Column Nov 1, 1998 506
Beware the global crisis. Column Nov 1, 1998 506
Profits perk up. Column Sep 1, 1998 442
Meeting demand. Aug 1, 1998 524
Scarce labor hurts service. Jun 1, 1998 466
Surplus woes. Column May 1, 1998 438
Shifting regional sands. Mar 1, 1998 456
Flu blues. Column Feb 1, 1998 452
Money for lots. Jan 1, 1998 486
The profit picture. Dec 1, 1997 420
Labor market plagues builders. Nov 1, 1997 490
Lack of labor hinders steel use. Column Oct 1, 1997 437
Plan for a home office deduction. Sep 1, 1997 496
Navigating the brave new world. Aug 1, 1997 524
Shrinking profits. Column May 1, 1997 514
Rolling recession not reality. Mar 1, 1997 478
1997 housing forecast. Jan 1, 1997 1901
When a sale is not a sale. Column Dec 1, 1996 456
Small builders: alive and well. Aug 1, 1996 483
Use the ARM safety valve. Jul 1, 1996 424
Marketing strategies that work. Jun 1, 1996 632
Inventory overhang. May 1, 1996 457
Housing: a good investment? Mar 1, 1996 478
1996 starts forecast. Cover Story Jan 1, 1996 757
Beware lumber prices. Dec 1, 1995 532
Housing market index. Column Aug 1, 1995 498
Minimize callbacks to boost margins. Jun 1, 1995 673
Contract with America. May 1, 1995 592
Budget ax falls. Feb 1, 1995 613
Fed to builders: watch out! Dec 1, 1994 622
Where's the credit crunch? Nov 1, 1994 666
Health care stalemate. Oct 1, 1994 620
ARM comeback. Sep 1, 1994 544
Peaceful co-existence. Aug 1, 1994 591
Helping hand. Jul 1, 1994 586
Cost-price pressures. Industry Overview Jun 1, 1994 510
The Fed holds the key. Column May 1, 1994 503
Resolute revision. Column Mar 1, 1994 582
Pump up the forecast. Column Feb 1, 1994 558

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