Could some of the most in-demand housing markets be cooling off?
From design to measurement, there are constantly new software products coming out for building professionals. Whether you're looking for a new way to visualize a floor plan or your clients want to track the progress of the project, there's probably an app or service out there that can help you. Finding the perfect application for your project may save you hours of frustration, not to mention driving and phone calls.
A study commissioned by telecom company CommScope and carried out by Coleman Parkes Research discovered that this dedicated technology can increase a property’s value by 28 percent.
Choosing the right customer relationship management system allows you to manage the customer life cycle to increase your bottom line
APA-The Engineered Wood Association’s new online Wall Line Bracing Calculator eases wall bracing by streamlining the process.
As building information modeling grows in prominence, builders and designers share their thoughts on how it helps their businesses.
BuilderMT, a provider of workflow management solutions for home builders, has introduced a Models and Options Manager module for its Workflow Management Suite.
Contrado debuts its new Interactive Floor Plans and Customer Discovery Centers applications.
Hyphen Solutions is proud to announce the appointment of Ken Pinto as Vice President of Supply Chain at the leading home builder-focused Software Company. Ken brings 21 years of Supply Chain Management expertise to Hyphen's experienced real estate and software management team.
As the digital marketing manager for Taylor Morrison, John Rodeman rarely goes anywhere without his iPad. Here are five of his favorite apps.
PERC, Energy Cost and Carbon Calculator, upgrades, comparisons, pricing
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has upgraded its popular Heating Energy Cost and Carbon Calculator, giving the tool more timely applications that give construction professionals and propane marketers a way to quickly conduct pricing comparisons down to the county level.
How to grow without adding staff
As the housing market picks up, builders have to figure out how to rebuild their businesses without having to staff up. Consultant Charles Schneider offers ideas for expanding without breaking the bank.