March 2014 Table of Contents

Table of Contents
20 Clubs Offer Builders a Helping Hand 20 CLUBS 20 Clubs Offer Builders a Helping Hand

NAHB 20 Clubs are like self-help for builders. There's never been a better time to tap into a rigorous self-improvement program. Read more

Editor's Note 10 Questions to Ask in 2014: The Year of Recovery

While the consensus among builders seems to be that 2014 will be the year of recovery in the American housing landscape, we have some questions for those in the industry. Read more

Great Gate In Tucson Detail Great Gate In Tucson

“The [gate] design is kind of see though, but it still has substance to create a strong threshold,” architect Teresa Rosano describes. “It’s your one clue that this house is different from all the rest.” Read more

Crowe's Economy Housing Is Rebounding Faster Than Labor

Labor shortages caused by the downturn might present a problem as the construction industry rebounds Read more

A Luxury Development Successfully Sells Walkability, Density, and Preserving Nature Project of the Month A Luxury Development Successfully Sells Walkability, Density, and Preserving Nature

Architect Bill McGuinness, co-founder of Sun Homes along with builder Bob Dale, developed and designed Kensett to respect its natural site. Protecting nearly 5 acres for a nature preserve meant siting the houses with a higher density. This smart planning generated several benefits for the develop/design/build firm. Read more

New NAHB Chairman Focuses on Post-Recession Challenges New NAHB Chairman Focuses on Post-Recession Challenges

Kevin Kelly is determined to keep the industry's comeback on track for home builders. Read more

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