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Traditional homebuilding is recovering, but log home sales lag (access required)

Companies that build traditional homes are busy in the post-recession recovery. But log home builders are still waiting for their market to catch fire again. Construction of log homes dropped 78 percent between a peak in 2003 and 2012, according to the National Association of Home Builders Log Homes Council. Nationwide, 5,830 log homes were built ...

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