Inflation And Rising Housing Costs Show Signs Of Cooling The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) recently reported that the overall inflation rate, along with the cost of housing, showed signs of cooling in March, which is the latest data available, with the shelter index (housing inflation) experiencing its smallest monthly gain since November 2022. […]

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