Where Are the Home Buyers?

Where Are the Home Buyers?

First-time buyers will resurface as the economy expands, jobs become more available, and salaries increase read more >

The Next Generation Air Vent, Smarter and Sleeker

The Next Generation Air Vent, Smarter and Sleeker

MIT-based start-up potentially solves homes' hot and cold spots. read more >

Top 4 Obstacles and Boosters for New-Home Construction

Top 4 Obstacles and Boosters for New-Home Construction

Chief economist Brad Hunter assures Metrostudy's predictions for housing starts remain unchanged. read more >

Wayne Homes' Winning Worklife

Wayne Homes' Winning Worklife

The Ohio-based custom builder makes employee experience a priority. read more >

Home Builders' M&A Wave

Home Builders' M&A Wave

Be early, be rigorous, and be right on price ... or don't be there at all read more >

5 Green Products and Techniques Worth Exploring

5 Green Products and Techniques Worth Exploring

Cost-effective high-performance products can help your projects stand out. read more >

Green Builders Must Battle for Fair Market Valuation

Green Builders Must Battle for Fair Market Valuation

Sustainable, energy-saving homes don't always appraise for what they're worth. read more >

Siding and Window Installation Goes High Tech

Siding and Window Installation Goes High Tech

Customized wall measurement tool will enable more accurate diagrams for exterior projects. read more >

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America's Most Expensive Zip Codes

Forbes spotlights the title's annual list of America’s Most Expensive Zip Codes, based on data from Altos Research.

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Where Lots Are Large and Pricey

National Association of Home Builders research economist Natalia Siniavskaia continues a look at the Census Bureau’s Survey of Construction (SOC), focusing on locations of some of the largest and most expensive lots in the nation.

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Homes With Foundations, Full- or Partial Basements ... Heat-Map

National Association of Home Builders economist Natalia Siniasvskaia looks at NAHBE Survey of Construction (SOC) data that shows that nationally, about 30% of new single-family homes started in 2013 have a full or partial basement, 54% are built on slabs, and 15% have a crawl space.

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BUILDER Deal Flow

Exclusive updates, data, and takeaways on funding, private placements, syndications, initial public offerings, and mergers and acquisitions.

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Home Builders' M&A WaveHome Builders' M&A Wave

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Ben Bernanke, Greg Maddux, and D.R. Horton's Brad ConlonBen Bernanke, Greg Maddux, and D.R. Horton's Brad Conlon

Of October mornings, budget time, and what we can and can't control. Operational... Read more

Ask First, Advise LaterAsk First, Advise Later

In sales coaching, as in life, there're reasons we have two ears and one mouth.... Read more

Leading Home Builders in America's Top Small CitiesLeading Home Builders in America's Top Small Cities

Who are the top builders and typical buyers in Money's 2014 Best Places to Live?... Read more

The Unleavable CultureThe Unleavable Culture

If you want talent to want to stay, get clear on your mission, plan, and core values Read more

2014's Best and Worst Places to Retire 2014's Best and Worst Places to Retire

WalletHub research analyst Richie Bernardo and his team analyzed the 150 largest... Read more

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