Since January of last year, rising lumber prices have increased the price of an average single-family home by $6,388.
Much of these unprecedented price hikes are due to tariffs averaging more than 20 percent on Canadian softwood lumber shipments into the U.S.
The tariffs are acting as a tax on American home builders and home buyers, making housing less affordable for American families.
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