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Housing can't shake summer slump

Housing indicators declined for the second month in a row in August. Although activity to date still exceeds that of last year, sales and construction have been losing momentum in recent months, eroding earlier growth projections. Heading into the final quarter of the...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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The PBA Buyers Guide (“The Guide”) is an exclusive and valuable resource that offers PBA members access to a vast network of industry suppliers. The Guide provides users with an efficient way to browse for goods and services and offers construction suppliers...

source: PBA

PBA member Alfred Earnest "Ernie" Pellow of Franklin passed away at his home on Dec. 1 at the age of 79. Ernie was a recipient of PBA’s Distinguished Achievement Award in 2014 and Builder of the Year in 1996 as the owner of A. E. Pellow Builders in Franklin, Pennsylvania....

source: PBA

In the past few years, luxury apartment houses have shot skyward throughout the city, and houses in well-to-do city neighborhoods have doubled and tripled in value. But Pittsburgh remains a tale of two cities. One block on Hamilton Avenue in Homewood remains blighted and...

source: KDKA-TV

After a reasonably successful first two quarters, the Philly’s suburban housing market posted some less-than-stellar numbers in the third quarter, with the growth of home values slowing down and homes remaining on the market for longer periods. That’s according...

source: Curbed Philadelphia

Lancaster County remains 1 of the 5 U.S. markets most at risk of running out of places for people to live, according to a recent report on residential vacancy rates. Using data from California-based ATTOM Data Solutions, website Credit.com ranked the 25 metropolitan areas...

source: Central Penn Business Journal

The Baby Boomer generation is defined as those born roughly between 1946 and 1964. That means that today, this generation is between the ages of 53 and 71, and they are retiring at a rate of 10,000 people per day. Given these statistics, guiding new graduates into the construction...

source: For Construction Pros

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