Builders lower expectations
December 1, 2005,
WASHINGTON -- Responding to rising mortgage rates and consumer resistance to high housing prices, single-family home builders say they are adjusting their market expectations lower.
But no huge drop is in the cards, said Wilson, "and it's most likely that we're engaged in an orderly cooling process that will lead to somewhat lower home sales and production in the future."
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