Sharon O'Malley

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Oklahoma Builders Pay $2,500 Bonuses to Lure Trades

Unlicensed contractors are poaching employers, offering cash incentives and hefty pay raises. More

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Agricultural Urbanism Takes Root in Wisconsin Agricultural Urbanism Takes Root in Wisconsin

Bishop’s Bay, an 800-acre development in the suburbs of Madison, Wis., will combine new homes with working farm land. You might call it living la vida loca(vore). More

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Millennial Buyers Will Change the Home Building Industry Millennial Buyers Will Change the Home Building Industry

Millennials make up almost a third of the U.S. population, and they will fundamentally change how you do business. More

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Stimulus Package Means Work for Remodelers

Tax credits and rebates should boost consumer spending on energy-efficient home improvements. More

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Foreclosures Rise 5 Percent in October, according to RealtyTrac

RealtyTrac executive: By year's end, 3 million U.S. households will be in some state of foreclosure. More

The Look for Less
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The Look for Less

Products expert Sharon O'Malley teaches you how to select specific building... More

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The Dominators

A chieving the top spot in a local market is a coup for any builder, even if it only translates into 4 percent or 5 percent market share, a pretty typical figure for the leading builder. But being king of the hill can provide more than a PR boost. It can get a company first crack at the precious few parcels of land for sale in or near most cities. Subcontractors looking for steady work often pledge their loyalty to the hottest builders. And vendors will provide bigger discounts for bigger orders. More

Day in the Life: Ahead Of The Curve
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Day in the Life: Ahead Of The Curve

A tuxedoed Stephen Paul capped off a busy Thursday in October by accepting four... More

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