The current mantra in designing homes is “tear down those walls!” Open floorplans are must-haves because they accentuate the casual living environment that consumers crave.
A study found that 93 percent of 75.3 million Millennials want to own a home in the near future
Homes are starting to stay on the market longer than two months, shifting to a buyer’s market
Good jobs and a charming downtown help get towns on the list
Outside magazine ranks the best towns to live, work, run, sail, climb, and paddle
The NAR says first-time buyers aren’t the ones snatching up homes
The award-winning homes are larger spaces that appeal to different, specific types of buyers.
Out of the 7.3 million homeowners who went through foreclosure or short sales during the bust, about 700,000 are projected to reenter the market this year
Two-thirds of all households created last year were by Americans between 65 and 74 years old
These homes split the middle in terms of size, making them attractive options for people who are moving up or sizing down
The products that interest builders most, chosen by you, the readers
First-time buyers are a varied lot. Here’s how to deliver to this diverse pool.
It all starts with leading by example
For decades, Home Innovation Research Labs has been polling builders nationwide about which products they most rely upon. Now, the results are available to you.
Brick, stone and vinyl sidings help to create a first impression
With today's technology, modular homes can be built in any style, and completion time for a home can be reduced by up to 50 percent.
Anyone who still harbors preconceived notions about modular housing should see what’s going on in the factory and the field