The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
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The city council in Allen, Texas voted to restrict homeowners from placing panels where they are visible from the street in the front of homes.
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Buyers are more willing to bid above asking price in desirable suburbs close to the urban core
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The return on investment has dropped sharply in part due to housing markets flooded with big, new homes
Experts also said the next president should focus on incentivizing builders to develop entry-level housing.
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The deal pertains to the Denver-based Yes! Communities, a portfolio of real estate funds managed by Stockbridge Capital Group
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Buyers prefer city living, so many formerly desirable subruban homes stay on the market much longer than in recent years
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The house uses energy-efficient insulated concrete form for the walls and floors designed to withstand wind and flying debris
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The proposal would prompt projects to be built as much as two feet higher. Some business groups say regulations would drive up costs
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The projects began after a massive flood in 1983
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All new buildings will have to be heated, cooled, and powered without any net emissions.