Pricing downturn ahead? Not locally, yet

Lumber is piled at a housing construction site. Wood prices have skyrocketed over the past year, leaving would-be home renovators deciding whether to wait out the high costs or move forward on a project that’s more expensive than it would have been a year ago. (Courier file)

Lumber is piled at a housing construction site. Wood prices have skyrocketed over the past year, leaving would-be home renovators deciding whether to wait out the high costs or move forward on a project that’s more expensive than it would have been a year ago. (Courier file)

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