Use of Incentives to Move Homes Accelerates

Use of Incentives to Move Homes Accelerates

As earnings season progresses, it is becoming apparently clear that there is widespread margin compression, to varying degrees, among the public homebuilders due to decreased pricing power, increases in build costs and expensive land. In an effort to counteract the impact of lower margins on overall earnings, builders are stepping up the use of incentives to sell more homes.

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