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Graywater Rising: Texas Subdivision Nation's First to Mandate New Irrigation System
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Graywater Rising: Texas Subdivision Nation's First to Mandate...

Local builders in San Angelo, Texas recently broke ground on what will soon become... Read more

This Movable Village of Tiny Houses Was Designed by Teenagers
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This Movable Village of Tiny Houses Was Designed by Teenagers

In attempting to provide shelter for the city's homeless population, a nonprofit... Read more

Agri-hood Watch: 2,000-Home Houston Development Moves Forward
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Agri-hood Watch: 2,000-Home Houston Development Moves Forward

Development of a 2,000-home agricultural community spearheaded by Johnson... Read more

Las Vegas Sees New Generation of Active-Adult Development
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Las Vegas Sees New Generation of Active-Adult Development

The Las Vegas Review-Journal's Jennifer Robinson reports on all the new... Read more

What Will It Take for Factory-Built Prefab Housing to Become the Norm?
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What Will It Take for Factory-Built Prefab Housing to Become...

Modular construction is efficient and affordable—but is the industry ready for... Read more

New Poll Shows Solar Revolution is Inevitable
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New Poll Shows Solar Revolution is Inevitable

A new poll surveying 1,000 parents showed a majority wanted to live in a... Read more

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Drought Claims New Home Construction as its Latest VictimDrought Claims New Home Construction as its Latest Victim

Homebuilders may hesitate until they have a better grip on how the drought will play out Read more

Sluggish Housing Starts May Signal Fewer Sales
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Sluggish Housing Starts May Signal Fewer Sales

Los Angeles Times real estate reporter Tim Logan breaks down the latest housing... Read more

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40 Years of the American Home40 Years of the American Home

In a new video for CNN Money, animator Bard Edlund demonstrates how the average American house has changed over the past 40 years--most notably, the steady growth in both its square footage and price tag. Read more

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Home Builder Moods Brighten as Spring Has SprungHome Builder Moods Brighten as Spring Has Sprung

National Association of Home Builders chief economist David Crowe posts up a mostly chirpy commentary on home builder sentiment, which has served well as a leading indicator for housing starts (reported Thursday morning). Read more

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