Moody’s predicts tougher times for some homebuilders

By Jacob Gaffney April 20, 2012 Homebuilders with good liquidity can expect double-digit growth rates in 2012. Not that the housing market is particularly robust, but larger companies are taking market share from less-prepared homebuilders, according to a report from Moody’s Investors Service.

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Moody's: Homebuilding outlook falls from positive to just ok. – Moody’s predicts tougher times for some homebuilders Alcynna Lloyd is a reporter at HousingWire. Lloyd has a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of North Texas.

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Moody’s forecasts a positive outlook for homebuilding, products in 2017. to grow by more than 7% during that time. Moody’s warns of risks ahead in the new year, including higher mortgage.

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