The Supply Chain Revisited – Interview with Greg Stephens

Appraisal Buzz

The current supply chain shortage has now been impacting the real estate industry for months. Join our free upcoming webinar on December 14th at 3 pm, “ The Supply Chain Revisted ” with our hosts Greg Stephens, Bill Garber, Jessica Lynch, and James Heaslet.

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The Supply Chain Reaction – Interview with Greg Stephens

Appraisal Buzz

Some of the biggest factors affecting the real estate industry are supply chain shortages – rising material prices are adding tens of thousands of dollars to the cost of a new home. Buzz: What is a supply chain shortage? .

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Consumers Face the Supply Chain Fallout

Appraisal Buzz

As supply chain and bottleneck issues continue to impact the housing industry, Steve Adamo of Embrace Home Loans spoke with MReport about remedies to alleviate these concerns. The post Consumers Face the Supply Chain Fallout appeared first on theMReport.com.

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Home Construction Stunted by Supply Chain Issues

Appraisal Buzz

Housing starts may be on the rise, but supply bottlenecks and labor scarcity are impacting the pace of home builders. The post Home Construction Stunted by Supply Chain Issues appeared first on DSNews.

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COVID and Supply Chain Concerns Limit U.S. Economy Growth

Appraisal Buzz

The post COVID and Supply Chain Concerns Limit U.S.

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Supply Chains to Improve, Job Market Strengthens

Appraisal Buzz

As the economy was … The post Supply Chains to Improve, Job Market Strengthens appeared first on DSNews. The post Supply Chains to Improve, Job Market Strengthens appeared first on Appraisal Buzz.

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Supply Chain Issues Impeding Builder Progress

Appraisal Buzz

The post Supply Chain Issues Impeding Builder Progress appeared first on DSNews. The post Supply Chain Issues Impeding Builder Progress appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. The sale of new homes dipped in March with builder confidence diminishing, as builders continued to struggle to complete homes under construction due to a shortage of materials. Around The Web

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Supply chain issues still stymieing homebuilders

Housing Wire

Strong buyer demand in February helped offset supply chain challenges and a surge in lumber prices, according to Chuck Fowke, NAHB chairman. Making housing more affordable by bridging the affordable supply gap.

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The Importance of Supply Chain Diversity in Mortgage

Appraisal Buzz

On DS5: Inside the Industry, Michael Ruiz, Director, Supplier Diversity for Fannie Mae discusses a lesser-known area of D&I in the mortgage industry—”the peculiar world of supply chain diversity.”

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Senators Tackle the Home Building Supply Chain Issue

Appraisal Buzz

The post Senators Tackle the Home Building Supply Chain Issue appeared first on theMReport.com. The post Senators Tackle the Home Building Supply Chain Issue appeared first on Appraisal Buzz.

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Housing Starts Decreased in December as Supply Chain Issues Persist

Appraisal Buzz

The post Housing Starts Decreased in December as Supply Chain Issues Persist appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. Housing starts in January were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.638 million, a decrease of 4.1% compared with December but up 0.8%

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Who Is Bearing the Brunt of Supply Chain Issues?

Appraisal Buzz

With a lack of supplies, a spike in the cost of raw materials, and affordability concerns tugging at the housing market, Ward Morrison, President of Motto Franchising, recently spoke with MReport to address the impact of supply chain issues on the marketplace. The post Who Is Bearing the Brunt of Supply Chain Issues? The post Who Is Bearing the Brunt of Supply Chain Issues?

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The Week Ahead: Addressing Supply Chain Issues in Home Construction

Appraisal Buzz

The post The Week Ahead: Addressing Supply Chain Issues in Home Construction appeared first on theMReport.com. The post The Week Ahead: Addressing Supply Chain Issues in Home Construction appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. An upcoming DS News-hosted webinar presents a panel of capital and risk management service providers as they discuss trends and the future of the business.

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Home Construction Still Affected by Supply Chain Issues

Appraisal Buzz

family housing starts in … The post Home Construction Still Affected by Supply Chain Issues appeared first on DSNews. The post Home Construction Still Affected by Supply Chain Issues appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have released their new residential construction statistics for February 2022, which found that privately?owned owned housing starts in February hit 1,769,000, 6.8%

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First-Time Buyers Continue to Feel Impact of Supply Chain Issues

Appraisal Buzz

The post First-Time Buyers Continue to Feel Impact of Supply Chain Issues appeared first on DSNews. The post First-Time Buyers Continue to Feel Impact of Supply Chain Issues appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. As new home sales experienced a decline in February, the 20.4%

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Supply Chain and Inflation Concerns Negatively Affect Economic Growth, Fannie Mae Reports

Appraisal Buzz

Global supply constraints continue to cap economic output amid growing inflationary and consumer-spending concerns, according to the October 2021 commentary from Fannie Mae ’s Economic and Strategic Research (ESR) Group.

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Strong Demand Boosts Builder Confidence Despite Supply Chain Disruptions

Eyes on Housing

Strong consumer demand helped push builder confidence higher in October despite growing affordability challenges stemming from rising material prices and shortages.

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Industry experts give update on the supply chain

Valuation Review

Valuation Review has addressed in detail the supply chain shortage in real estate and valuation. Recently, Metro-West Appraisal, LLC produced a webinar on the topic with industry veterans providing important updates regarding the scarcity of supplies impacting homeowners everywhere.

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Housing Starts Down in July on Supply Chain Challenges

Eyes on Housing

Housing production declined in July due to rising prices and limited availability of lumber and other building materials. Overall housing starts decreased 7.0% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.53 million units, according to data from the U.S.

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Supply chain shortage: An update looking toward 2022

Valuation Review

Metro-West Appraisal Company Senior Vice President of Compliance Greg Stephens recently hosted a webinar that outlined some specifics regarding supply chain shortages.

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A look at the ‘supply chain’ shortage in appraisals

Valuation Review

Many factors continue to affect the real estate/appraisal profession, including supply chain shortages. Metro-West Appraisal Co. Senior Vice President of Compliance Greg Stephens shares his thoughts on this subject. Read on to find out more

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Fannie: U.S. economy again limited by COVID, supply chain concerns

Valuation Review

This is due in part to the expectation COVID-related disruptions to consumer spending and supply chains will more greatly hinder economic activity in the second half of the year than previously forecasted The 2021 real GDP growth forecast was revised modestly downward, according to recent commentary by Fannie Mae.

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D.R. Horton sees ‘outstanding’ profits despite increased costs, build time

Housing Wire

Horton , the nation’s largest homebuilder by gross revenue and total closings, this week released its second quarter earnings for the fiscal year, which executives deemed “outstanding,” despite ongoing supply chain challenges , “a very tight labor market ,” and the massive uptick in mortgage rates.

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Homebuilder confidence falls to lowest level since August

Housing Wire

Rising material prices and supply chain shortages — specifically, the declining availability of softwood lumber and other building materials — contributed to confidence falling two points to 81 for newly built single-family homes in June, said Chuck Fowke, NAHB chairman.

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Pulte Group thrived in 2021, but it’s not celebrating

Housing Wire

On the other hand, they will not have the materials, labor, or efficient supply chain processes to meet that demand. The homebuilder’s trade group continues to refer the supply chain as a “crisis.”. Nothing much will change in 2022.

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Lennar builds big profits, but still has complaints

Housing Wire

The supply chain for construction is significantly stressed and that will continue for the 4 th quarter and beyond,” said Stuart Miller, chairman of Lennar during a company earning’s call Tuesday.

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Large Metro Suburban Single-family Construction Slows

Eyes on Housing

Supply-chain challenges and unfavorable economic conditions have reduced the pace of single-family residential construction across all regional submarkets.

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Lumber prices are falling, but builders still feel the pinch

Housing Wire

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Lumber prices, supply-chain issues whipsaw homebuilding costs - analysts

Mortgagebroker News

Rate increase fears are introducing another level of uncertainty to the equation

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Suburban Shift Continues for Multifamily

Eyes on Housing

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Consumer Credit Increases in First Quarter

Eyes on Housing

inflation interest rates non-revolving debt student loan debt supply chainsIn the first quarter of 2022, non-real estate secured consumer credit, per the Federal Reserve’s latest G.19

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Economists: Canada's deceleration to last for a prolonged period

Mortgagebroker News

The economy will be labouring under supply-chain issues, labour shortages, and weaker capital spending

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Builder Confidence Sinks to 13-Month Low

Appraisal Buzz

Increased costs and a bottlenecked supply chain have resulted in a dip in home building, even putting a hold on some new home sales. The post Builder Confidence Sinks to 13-Month Low appeared first on theMReport.com.

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Avetta partners with real estate investment company

Valuation Review

Avetta, a provider of supply chain risk management software, has partnered with QuadReal Property Group to enhance the company’s Code of Conduct & Ethics data collection through the Avetta One platform. The companies said the partnership offers QuadReal a new tool for relationship building and greater visibility into its supply chain operations

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When the Shelves Run Bare

Appraisal Buzz

MReport takes a closer look at the ripple effects caused by supply chain issues on the housing market, and when we can target a return to the days of a normal supply of housing inventory.

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When the Shelves Run Bare

Appraisal Buzz

MReport takes a closer look at the ripple effects caused by supply chain issues on the housing market, and when we can target a return to the days of a normal supply of housing inventory.

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CHBA on Canadian home builders' confidence

Mortgagebroker News

The home-building industry continues to grapple with rising project costs and supply-chain issues

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Builder Confidence Falls for Ninth Straight Month as Housing Slowdown Continues

Eyes on Housing

In another sign that the slowdown in the housing market continues, builder sentiment fell for the ninth straight month in September as the combination of elevated interest rates, persistent building material supply chain disruptions and high home prices continue to take a toll on affordability.

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New Home Sales Up in August: Will Decline Again with Higher Rates

Eyes on Housing

A brief decline in mortgage rates helped to boost new home sales in August but sales are expected to move lower in the months ahead as rates have since moved higher and builder sentiment continues to fall due to declining housing affordability and ongoing supply chain bottlenecks.

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New Home Purchase Apps Drop Nearly 11% in April

Appraisal Buzz

As builders continued to face rising costs, supply-chain issues, and extended completion times, the buying market has cooled amid high mortgage rates and lingering affordability concerns. The post New Home Purchase Apps Drop Nearly 11% in April appeared first on theMReport.com. The post New Home Purchase Apps Drop Nearly 11% in April appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. Around The Web

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