What’s going on with lumber?

$50k in lumber in 2015 could build 14.74 new single-family homes. By April 2020, the same price of lumber could build around 10.5 homes. And in May, after a meteoric rise in lumber prices, $50k in lumber could only build 2.11 homes.
It’s not just lumber prices. Take a look at prices across the board.

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