Builder 100 Conference

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The Makings of the Next Great New-Home Design

The demands of modern life have been changing much faster than new-home designs, say two top architects. More

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The Downsides of an Upturn

Home builders and lenders gather to discuss when a recovery may materialize and the challenges that could bring. More

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Zandi's Housing Forecast Still Brighter Than His Peers'

This week he told a gathering of builders in Chicago that barriers to home purchases are abating. More

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Moody's Zandi Offers Optimistic Forecast For Builders

Economist predicts a return to "normal" in 2012, with some caveats. More

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Builder CEOs Call Market Bottom

Finding cash to buy land is the next hurdle. More

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Three Builders Look Beyond Survival to Better Days

At Builder 100 conference, companies say they are already building smaller, efficient homes for a changing customer base. More

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BUILDER Magazine Honors Pulte CEO as Executive of The Year

Richard Dugas is recognized for his company’s performance and customer service in 2008. More

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Hope, Uncertainty Dominate BUILDER 100 Conference Opening

Country’s biggest builders convene in Chicago to discuss sales trends, first-time home buyer, tax credit, and who’s likely to survive the housing downturn. More

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A professor tells Builder 100 CEOs that great leadership requires perspiration and inspiration.

A professor tells Builder 100 CEOs that great leadership requires perspiration and inspiration. More

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David Weekley Achieves Largest Private Builder Status

David Weekley Homes eclipsed Shea Homes as the biggest private for-profit builder in the country last year, according to Builder magazine’s forthcoming Builder 100 survey. More

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