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Homebuilder sentiment rises in July, but high mortgage rates hurt


Homebuilder sentiment rises in July

Builder sentiment in the market for single-family homes rose 1 point in July to 56, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.

It marks the seventh straight month of gains and the highest level since June 2022. A reading above 50 is considered positive sentiment.

Builders say low supply in the resale market is driving demand for new construction, but higher mortgage rates and supply-side challenges continue to put pressure on the market.

“Although builders continue to remain cautiously optimistic about market conditions, the quarter-point rise in mortgage rates over the past month is a stark reminder of the stop and start process the market will…


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