New projections from Freddie Mac suggest a sea-change in housing in 2014.
I’ve come to the conclusion that American residential architecture, like America itself, is a melting pot. I would even argue that the true American house style is eclectic. Certainly there are many eclectic American neighborhoods.
I’m looking forward to the new movies being released in December, particularly the next installment of “The Hobbit.” One film I doubt will be coming to a theater near you, though, is about urban planning, and I’m giving it a big thumbs-up.
There is a veritable geyser of data tracking housing today. From existing-home sales, to house prices, to new-home permits, to starts—housing metrics abound. We know more now about home building activity than we ever have before.
Ed is a close friend of mine.
He’s married with two daughters, ages 7 and 4.
I have taken quite the respite from my blogging activities, despite statistics that showed a growing readership. For whatever reasons, I felt the blogging juice just didn’t justify the squeeze. I wrote of topics ranging from referral sales, to customer service, to ultra-marathon running in an a
In business so often what one wants is a silver bullet, that one solution that will solve everything, improve the whole business in one swoop.
Mel Tucker is the new Defensive Coordinator for the Chicago Bears. In theory, that’s a good gig.
BENCHMARK Roundtables 2013, November 6th & 7th 2013 Scottsdale AZ
Professional Builder Hosts Leading Builders in One-day Peer-to-peer Business Tune-up
Elon Musk, the founder of PayPal, the SpaceX project, and the promising new Tesla Motor Company, is the kind of entrepreneur you want to have in your neighborhood. He is the Bill Gates of his generation, creating good, high-paying jobs that will likely last for years.
Not so long ago basements were merely utility space, but those days are gone. Two projects presented in the September edition of Custom Builder include basements that figure prominently in their respective plans.
There’s a lot of testosterone on the jobsite. And there’s always plenty of stress. This can be an explosive combination.
Hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and countless other destructive weather events cost billions of dollars in damage in North America every year. Specifically, storm damage accounted for more than $110 billion in 2012 alone.