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Where to next?

Land committee meetings these days--prior to Sunday, Feb. 2's Super Bowl XLVIII--are likely to be slightly surreal affairs, but temporarily unhinged from the real world traction of sales per community. To percolate ideas, even in this eerie pre-selling season limbo, here's a blast of insight into who's moving where and why, with a big hat tip to two of America's biggest moving companies' just-released annual inbound and outbound migration analyses. Also, we have a corrective look at our Google Trends big builder rankings from last week. More

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On the Home Stretch On the Home Stretch

Understanding customer preferences was key to growth last year, say builders. More

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The Future of Indoor Air

Ian Cull speaks about the air we breathe at home, and how this environment will improve exponentially as the building industry embraces the importance of raising indoor air standards. More

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Green Building Megatrends for 2012

Dubbed "the godfather of green," Jerry Yudelson discusses 10 trends bound for growth in the months ahead. More

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Pentagon Spending Bill Signals New Step in LEED Fight

Anti-LEED groups view measure as a victory; USGBC thinks it will prevail. More

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BRAC Fails to Deliver Hoped-For Bump in Home Sales BRAC Fails to Deliver Hoped-For Bump in Home Sales

Builders say their areas have seen more renters than buyers. More

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Jobs Gained, Jobs Lost, and Millionaire-Making Jobs Jobs Gained, Jobs Lost, and Millionaire-Making Jobs

Internet call centers and oil wealth create jobs across the country while military cuts kill them. More

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With Business Booming, Blu Homes Follows Demand West With Business Booming, Blu Homes Follows Demand West

The modular-home manufacturer should begin production at its new plant in Northern California this year. More

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Field Report: Construction Jobs in Portland and Soldiers in N.C. Field Report: Construction Jobs in Portland and Soldiers in N.C.

Some bright spots of economic recovery across the country. More

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Kentucky Builder Models Zero-Energy Homes for Mid-Range Production Housing Kentucky Builder Models Zero-Energy Homes for Mid-Range Production Housing

Campbell Crossing is a community of traditionally styled, modestly priced duplex housing for military personnel. More

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