The lure of a walkable downtown, public parks, and vibrant city life is driving buyers to seek out urban infill properties.
Blogs on Lean Design concepts and implementations for Home Builders and Remodelers
Collaboration is far and away one of my favorite aspects of the building industry.
In my travels working with builders all over the country, I have the opportunity to see a lot of home designs. I see good, bad, fair, and occasionally great plans and elevations.
This is a transformer-type plan that offers “plug and play” options without too much of a fuss for the builder. A very popular option as of late is the multigenerational offering.
Move-up buyers are a fickle bunch, and this blog entry focuses on a Lean Design for that group.
I had the pleasure of meeting Mary Schumacher from Schumacher Homes a few years back while doing plan reviews at the International Builders' Show.
This 2,800-square-foot plan utilizes Lean design to combat narrow-lot woes.
Imagine you are in a cement box quickly filling up with water. The box is sealed on all sides, yet you still find a way out and survive. How? I will get back to that one.
What do you do if a previous best-selling plan hits the skids? Dump it, pitch it, give it the old heave-ho? Possibly, but many builders are using another strategy.