Trump’s Immigration Crackdown: home prices rise

Start with the framers. They’re now the scarcest labor in the construction business, according to preliminary results of a July survey by the National Association of Home Builders in Washington.

Move on to lumber. More than one-third of the lumber in the U.S. is Canadian. In April and June, in the latest salvo in a long-running trade war, the Trump administration added tariffs totaling nearly 27 percent on Canadian lumber.

And that’s not all: read more at Bloomberg.com: Trump’s immigration crackdown is making new homes more expensive

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Reuters.com: U.S. delays final duties on Canadian lumber to buy time for settlement