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Bay Area Developers Battle Increased Fees Aimed at Alleviating Overcrowded Schools
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Bay Area Developers Battle Increased Fees Aimed at Alleviating Overcrowded Schools

A lawsuit claims increased fees would cause between 216,345 and 435,690 families... More

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Success Strategy: Find A Reliable Financial Partner

A private loan provider puts a longtime builder in California back in the game. More

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As Construction Accelerates, Will Defects Follow? As Construction Accelerates, Will Defects Follow?

Builders take stock of their quality assurance programs, their labor's skill levels, and their superintendents' experience. More

California Adopts New Building Standards
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California Adopts New Building Standards

The new code includes stricter energy efficiency requirements and... More

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Calif. Boosts Code Efficiency Requirements by 25% Calif. Boosts Code Efficiency Requirements by 25%

The new standards will go into effect in 2014. More

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Calif. Boosts Code Efficiency Requirements by 25% Calif. Boosts Code Efficiency Requirements by 25%

The new standards will go into effect in 2014. More

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10 Business Trends to Look for in 2012 10 Business Trends to Look for in 2012

It’s that time of year again when economists and other experts start crystal balling where they think the beleaguered U.S. economy and its housing industry could be headed in the next two years. More

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Your Next Customer Is Not Who You Think

Diverse micromarkets mean there is no "today's buyer." More

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Debate Over Redevelopment Agencies’ Survival Heats Up In California

Gov. Brown wants to funnel property taxes more directly to communities and to stave off cuts in school funding. More

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Fight Looms Over Developer Transfer Fees

Federal Housing Finance Agency proposes to prohibit government-backed financing of homes in communities with transfer fees. More

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