Tim Eller

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Industry Execs Discuss Builders’ Survival Strategies at Housing Leadership Summit

Capital and where to find it remain the primary imperative. More

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Top 10 Builders Slogged Through Tough 2009

Our annual Builder 100 survey reveals how the leaders ceded market share again last year. More

Top Home Building Stories for 2009
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Top Home Building Stories for 2009

The editors of BUILDER pick the 10 events that had the biggest impact on home... More

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Pulte Centex Merger

Shareholders of the two home builders approve a merger, creating the largest home building company in the U.S. More

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Hope, Uncertainty Dominate BUILDER 100 Conference Opening

Country’s biggest builders convene in Chicago to discuss sales trends, first-time home buyer, tax credit, and who’s likely to survive the housing downturn. More

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Survival Is the Name of the Game in Pulte-Centex Merger

The combination gives the new home building company a better chance of returning to profitability sooner, according to executives. More

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Breaking News: Pulte to Buy Centex in Stock-For-Stock Deal

Pulte CEO Dugas will lead merged company. More

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Some Big Builders Are Still Paying Execs Big Bucks

Cash flow and cost control are the performance metrics used by public companies for compensating their executives. 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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Home Builders React to Federal Takeover of Fannie, Freddie by Henry Paulson

Many approve of the government's intervention, some are skeptical, but all hope the bailout will help lower interest rates. More

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