PCA: All 50 States Expected to Experience Housing Recovery in 2013

January 2013
Concrete Technology;Jan2013, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the projected housing recovery in the U.S. in 2013. Portland Cement Association (PCA) projects the improvement in the residential construction industry. PCA expects that the recovery will be broad-based with stronger growth in homebuilding. It projects that growth in multifamily construction will continue due to favorable fundamentals. It attributes increased demand in apartment to tight mortgage lending standards and foreclosure.


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