At the recent International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, David Crowe, chief economist for the National Assocation of Home Builders (NAHB), Washington, D.C., said the housing upturn that took root last year is expected to pick up momentum in 2013, but that “headwinds” along a number of fronts could impede the pace of the recovery. “Nearly every measure of housing market strength — sales, starts, prices, permits and builder confidence — ...
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