Forbes' Morgan Brennan sketches out a dozen unusual, innovative, and in some cases unprecedented, trends that will present both challenge and opportunity, from architectural design to buyer behavior.
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Six of seven accessible features buyers want are rated more "desirable" than "essential," suggesting that home buyers are purchasing with aging in mind.
Montgomery County officials approved a $20 million reimbursement over 10 years to Johnson Development for the 2,000 acre former Boy Scouts of America site. The Houston Business Journal's Josh Cain reports.
Here at Calculated Risk, Bill McBride has the data and its near- and longer-term ramifications in good hand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics' Employment Report for February beat expectations, and showed decent mojo in spite of a real-world weather impediment. Both fundamentals and confidence appear...
Pacific Coast Business Times managing editor Marlize Van Romburgh reports that The New Home Co. is building its first luxury home community in Ventura County, a 25-acre gated community in Thousand Oaks that will include 20 single-family homes.
The BigRep 3-D printer can produce furniture-sized objects in a single piece. Wired's Joseph Flaherty reports.
Speech and debate clubs may be fruitful places to scout out Millennial talent. Forbes contributor Robert Sher takes a look at a skill this generation seems to have a handle on.
National Association of Home Builders chief economist David Crowe dives into the data from this month's NAHB/First American Leading Markets (LMI) Index. Where "flat" would be good news, the progress is even minimally better than that.
Warmer locations Americans choose to flock to in the cold months depends on where they live. Jenny Xie takes us through the destinations that top our list for umbrella drinks and sunscreen.
Zillow is partnering with research and consulting firm Pulsenomics LLC to publish survey-based consumer confidence indices the companies say will offer insights into attitudes that drive home prices and sales at the national and local market level.
Trulia launched redesigned search results pages and property display pages that provide a richer experience for consumers interested in newly constructed homes.