Lennar home builders raised its prices by 14% during the second quarter and it didn't hurt demand one bit. The country's largest home builder also cut back on discounts and delivered more homes than 2013. Lennar said that in some markets it was finding it hard to meet demand because of limited land availability. This was good news to investors who were concerned the housing sector was cooling off once again. The higher prices though may be a reason why consumers had less money to spend at Bed Bath & Beyond to outfit their new homes. The retailer delivered weak results after the closing bell on Wednesday.
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