Despite Signs of a Stabilizing Market in Indianapolis, Forecasts Revised Downward

Metrostudy’s 2Q14 survey of the Indianapolis housing market showed many positive signs of continuing recovery in the sector, not withstanding a mid-summer slowdown. Read more

Housing Starts Decline in August

New Census data shows starts declined in August, but certain markets have seen considerable strength. Read more

Three Legs to Real Estate Future's StoolThree Legs to Real Estate Future's Stool

Fortune columnist Chris Matthews sees three central pivot points upon which a "real real estate revolution" will take place in the coming years. At the base of his reasoning is an assertion that demand will build, but the means to pay for housing faces steep challenges. Read more

Millennials: Mojo or Mirage?Millennials: Mojo or Mirage?

The Demand Institute, jointly sponsored by The Conference Board and Nielsen, drills into the data on what housing's most-coveted generational cohort--the 77-million strong Millennials--says today about living the American Dream in the years ahead. Read more

A Housing Starts Sneak PreviewA Housing Starts Sneak Preview

MarketWatch's Ruth Mantell reports that the pace of home construction likely... Read more

Hello and Welcome to the New Builder Online Hello and Welcome to the New Builder Online

Our latest digital makeover gives you more say, more play, and more of a grip on what's critical today Read more

Did HAMP Delay the Foreclosure Crisis?

After the housing bubble burst in 2006, it ushered in the foreclosure crisis, with 5.5 million borrowers losing their homes to banks. Read more

Is Solar PV Finally Mainstream?Is Solar PV Finally Mainstream?

In the U.S., Solar PV is getting more powerful. Here, Hanley Wood data analyst... Read more

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