The year 2016 was an eventful one for home building.
A compilation of business news, trends, and surveys on customer satisfaction, financials, human resources, marketing, and sales.
Direct costs are usually the largest slice of the cost-component pie for builders. Cutting them goes a long way toward saving money
Realize that customers are your reason for being, and rely on them for trustworthy feedback
Labor shortages are an industrywide epidemic. Here’s how to bring on and retain top talent
As 2016 draws to a close, it’s time for some crystal-ball gazing and best advice for next year
Left to right: Chuck Birt, VP development, Texas; Jack Lipar, EVP acquisitions; Charles Merdian, CFO; Eric Lipar, CEO; Mike Snider, president and COO; Rachel Eaton, CMO; Kyle Hanna, VP purchasing and national accounts
Masters of a challenging niche, LGI turns renters into owners by building homes within reach for entry-level buyers.
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These five initiatives can help ease your current crunch
In many places, the resources essential to builders are scarcer and more costly than ever before. This overview looks at the state of each one—and who’s leveraging what’s available
Industry veterans share advice on the strong relationship between a consistent climate of excellence and a great buyer experience