Builders Expect Strong Years Ahead

April 19, 2017 Seth Welborn

According to a new survey, homebuilders are largely optimistic about the next two years, with 82 percent anticipating an uptick in residential construction over the period. Builders also expect most buyers to need 30-year loans or construction-to-permanent loans. The survey also polled builders on working with loan officers, buyer hurdles, and the impact of rising mortgage rates.

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