When is a house built?

On Tuesday, the National Association of Home Builders (NHAB) released a survey showing that, despite the fact that homes in the United States have become more affordable over the past few years, demand for those homes remains relatively high.

While the number of homes built by Americans has increased significantly over the last several years, the NHAB found that the number building them has remained stagnant.

According to the NHTSA, the number constructed for sale during the third quarter of 2016 was 3.5 million, a rate that is lower than the 5.5-million building for sale in the same quarter in 2015.

However, the shortage of homes for sale has continued to pose a challenge for many homeowners, with NHABS data showing that nearly 30 percent of Americans are still waiting for a sale.

In a recent NHA report, NHTS found that nearly half of households surveyed in 2015 were still waiting on a sale, with the average waiting time for a house to be sold in the country currently at five years.

The report also noted that some homeowners are more likely to be outbid by a builder than by a prospective buyer.

The NHA data shows that about a quarter of American households, or 41 percent, have experienced a homebuyer who has been outbid for their home.

The remaining 25 percent, or 28 percent, of households have experienced an offer for a home.

NHABS also found that in 2015, fewer than a third of American homes were on the market, with fewer than 8 percent being sold in 2015 as compared to nearly 21 percent in 2014.

New Jersey house ad sparks ‘bitter’ debate over fake house

House ads have a habit of generating bitter reactions among residents and lawmakers alike.

House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz on Wednesday announced a plan to create a committee of real estate experts to help oversee the state’s $300 million housing-related advertising blitz.

The state Department of Commerce is expected to hire the committee and Aresimovic is asking the Legislature to approve it.

House lawmakers are expected to be briefed on the proposed committee, which is expected in the coming weeks.

Aresimowicz has long expressed skepticism about the use of real-estate agencies for ad buys, saying they often are used by unscrupulous businesses to target voters with misleading messages.

The ad campaign is aimed at boosting the state economy and lowering property taxes.

The New Jersey Housing Association and the Association of Realtors are both listed as sponsors.

House Minority Leader Richard Codey (D-Bergen) on Wednesday called the proposal a bad idea.

“This proposal is bad for New Jersey,” he said.

“This proposal will lead to fewer jobs and lower property taxes, but will also cost the state money, particularly in New Jersey, because this program will increase costs for our businesses, increase costs to our residents, and hurt our economy.”

Codesy said it would be a mistake to let the ads run in the streets without consulting residents first.

“We’ve got to have a dialogue, and we’re going to have to talk to our constituents,” he told NJ Advance Media.

“If we don’t get it right, then we’ll lose our credibility as a state.

If we don`t get it correct, then people won’t be comfortable with our advertising.”