George Casey

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Where is the labor? Where is the labor?

Labor shortages could lead to higher wages and home prices. More

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A Revived Housing Market Wonders If Its Depleted Workforce Is Up To The Task A Revived Housing Market Wonders If Its Depleted Workforce Is Up To The Task

Labor shortages could lead to higher wages and home prices. More

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For Builders that Survived, Flexibility Was the Key For Builders that Survived, Flexibility Was the Key

These 25 builders made it through the dark days of the past five years by adapting to—instead of bemoaning—market conditions. Now, many are poised to expand as business conditions improve. More

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A Brand Consolidation Ends Zaring Homes’ Checkered History

The business, now owned by Drees Homes, once was one of the industry’s most adventurous builders. More

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Orleans Homebuilders Emerges From Bankruptcy

The Bensalem, Pa.-based company has new owners, new management, and less debt. More

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Builders Content Growing in Their Existing Markets Builders Content Growing in Their Existing Markets

More builders say that staying put in existing markets can be a sustainable growth plan. But will their attitudes change when business starts picking up again? More

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Does a Toyota Problem Exist Within Your Company?

Why CEOs and boards of directors at home building firms should demand independent operational audits in addition to their financial examinations. More

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Home Builders Around the Country Are Barely Surviving the Housing Downturn Home Builders Around the Country Are Barely Surviving the Housing Downturn

As winter arrives, many builders find themselves at the mercy of increasingly desperate lenders, their companies upside down. More

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