The 2018 midterm elections delivered a split decision: Republicans expanded their Senate majority and Democrats flipped the House.
So what does this mean for housing?
NAHB Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin provides the following analysis:
As the smoke settles on Election Day, party intensity, electoral history and the map combined to deliver majority control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats for the first time since 2010, while expanding the Republican Senate majority.
On the morning after the 2018 election, two seats in the Senate and a number of seats in the House remained too close to call.