Upselling and Cross-Selling

What's New in Flooring, and How to Upsell It
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What's New in Flooring, and How to Upsell It

Insights from the Surfaces Show by a long-term industry veteran. More

Home Sellers Ask If Now is Really the Best Time to Sell
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Home Sellers Ask If Now is Really the Best Time to Sell

Home sellers say now is a good time to sell, but are concerned about finding a... More

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The Top Selling Submarkets in Dallas The Top Selling Submarkets in Dallas

Median price in the top submarkets for new homes is on a steady incline in Dallas. Where are the top selling submarkets and how long before affordability prices most buyers out of them? More

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Why Design Matters

While housing is fixated on all things market-related, design belongs in our peripheral vision. More

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One From the You-Can't-Make-This-Stuff-Up Department
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New Home Sales Fall, but Outlook Still Positive

Builders were mostly unimpressed by the spring selling season, which was predicted to be “good, but not great.”  The summer was equally disappointing, but Metrostudy chief economist Brad Hunter forecasts gradual improvement through the rest of the year. More

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Dust Off Your Old Leads Dust Off Your Old Leads

Don’t let prospective buyers fade away without a fight. More

Toll Taps Jenkins to Head Up MPC Sales to Builders
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Toll Taps Jenkins to Head Up MPC Sales to Builders

Toll Brothers has tapped the co-founder of Newland Communities, Jim Jenkins, to... More

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1Q14 Columbia Housing Market Analysis

The first-quarter data for the Columbia, South Carolina housing market from Metrostudy shows significant year-over-year decline in home sales. More

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The Big Builder Back-to-School Learning Curve The Big Builder Back-to-School Learning Curve

Our analysis this week dives into a fascinating report from Raymond James & Associates on the tie between 17 public builders' respective land positions filtered through GreatSchools.org's rankings of school districts in 39 metro areas, and the first-to-second quarter 2025 change in sales volumes captured by Metrostudy for those 17 builders across those 39 markets. More

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