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Brandywine, Williams Homes Kick-start Two SoCal Projects

In late June, two builders announced development on projects in the strong Southern California market More

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Two Southern California Projects are Announced

In late June, two builders announced development on projects in the strong Southern California market More

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Building and Buying in the Country's Richest Counties

A closer look at the housing markets making up America's top 10 richest counties.... More

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1Q14 Philadelphia Housing Market Analysis

In the Philadelphia market the demand is there, but the supply is not. The Metrostudy first-quarter regional survey shows the lot supply shortage and the impact of this winter's Polar Vortex. More

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1Q14 Miami and South Florida Housing Market Analysis

Despite positive job growth in South Florida, Metrostudy's first-quarter housing market survey shows starts have plateaued and land availability, labor supply and price increases threaten future growth. More

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Student Teams Design Zero Energy Ready Homes

Twenty-eight teams developed cost-effective, zero energy ready homes for mainstream builders in the DOE’s Challenge Home Student Design Competition. More

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Experiment with Building Science

High-performance techniques conserve time and money while cutting down on owners' energy bills. More

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April New Home Sale Number Not Easy to Predict

Hanley Wood chief economist Jonathan Smoke discusses the forthcoming new residential sales data for April from the Commerce Department. Strong variation between markets and submarkets makes the numbers difficult to predict, although Smoke says 2014 will be the best year for new home sales since 2008. More

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Lot Development Is Underway

Developed lots are in short supply and prices are rising, even in less desirable areas, but developers are working to restart the supply chain to meet the expected pent-up demand. More

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Stormwater Management Made Easy

It's probably not the most fun part of your job, but with stricter environmental codes, it's increasingly important. Before you start to build, you've got to have a strategy in place. More

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