Affordable Housing Markets with Decent Job Growth

Houston and Dallas land in the “sweet spot”

Reasons Why Texas Can Brag About Its Housing Market

Both income growth and share of new-home sales outshine the national average

Americans Still Want Larger Homes

Most Americans believe the home they currently live in isn't the ideal size

Builders Continue to Cater to the Most Affluent Buyers

As demand for multifamily construction is leveling off, more million-dollar homes are being built.

Limited Supply Drives U.S. Existing-Home Sales to Nine-Month Low

Low inventory could temper expectations for an acceleration in housing activity

House plans that are in harmony with small-home neighborhoods, summer retreats, and weekend escapes

In 2015, ‘Patience’ Is Key Word for Home Buyers and Sellers

As inventory lags, it may take time for buyers to find their ‘perfect home’

Realtor Hotness Index Maps Homebuyers’ Winter Cravings

Not a surprise, buyers crave sunny destinations.

Builders and designers report what has happened during the past three years with cost per square foot, house size, and buyer income 

Louisville Development to Be Largest Geothermal Community in the U.S.

Google Streetview of Norton Commons.

A ground-source heat pump will be required in every unit.

Dawn of the Age of Home Automation

Illustration: Mike Licht/Flickr via Creative Commons

The technology is there, but not the affordability

Video

Panasonic Condensation Sensor Plus
Inside Aquatic - The Bath People - Episode 3
Inside Aquatic - Hydrotherapy - Episode 1
Panasonic Condensation Sensor Plus
Intelligent and advanced sensor technology monitors humidity and temperature to anticipate dew point, automatically operating the fan to control moisture.

February 2015

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House plans that are in harmony with small-home neighborhoods, summer retreats, and weekend escapes

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