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Dave Barisic on Brandywine's infill neighborhood focus and the home building climate in Southern California.
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The Elite Construction founder diversifies to fuel growth and reflects on the experience of building a home for TV
Better working conditions outside the U.S., as well as restrictive immigration policies, are hurting the labor supply
At least 116,000 supervisors could be affected
The desire to deny it is strong, but it's time to admit: Most product waste has its roots in bad process.
Modular homes are much stronger than stick-built homes because the modules are over-engineered to withstand the rigors of travel. Photo: Steve Dutcheson Photography
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.
How to establish sound business systems that ensure a healthy bottom line
Original line-up of The Who in 1975, during a performance in Chicago. Photo: Jim Summaria/Wikimedia Commons.
Marvin launches promotion that will send 10 building professionals on VIP trip to see The Who in concert.
For this Kansas City builder, product diversification is the key to staying on top
A KB Home community in Antioch, Calif. (Rendering courtesy of KB Home via kbhome.com)
There is cause for optimism, though Wall Street Journal real estate reporter Kris Hudson says a "heavily muted" one.