The latest RICS Construction Survey showed a rise in workloads in Q3, although the gain was small. Looking ahead, a slowing economy and higher financing costs will soon lead to a cut in activity. Indeed, credit conditions are expected to tighten significantly over the next year, and financing is becoming an increasing constraint on activity.
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