There is a veritable geyser of data tracking housing today. From existing-home sales, to house prices, to new-home permits, to starts—housing metrics abound.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to create beautiful kitchens that buyers will love. Here’s how to polish your presentation.
Modifications and upgrades, even those that are seemingly small, can reinvigorate buyers’ interest in your house plans.
Professional Builder's House Review design team shows how small details added to a stairway landing, hallway, foyer, or porch can be the special touch that transforms a house into a home.
Big cities like Chicago and San Diego are starting to grow again, which improves prospects for urban infill housing. Here?s a look at what Millennials and Baby Boomers are buying.
Smaller-scale infill designs are not just for well-established urban areas anymore.
Architects and designers see more L-shaped great rooms, more spatial definition, and a stronger connection to the outdoors.
Millennials, the most recent generation to enter the home-buying population, aren?t interested in stereotypical production homes.
The Pershing Hotel in downtown Los Angeles is getting a facelift as well as a complete interior makeover.
Doug Maier, president of Maier Development Solutions, Jacksonville, and architect Deryl Patterson, a partner in BSB Design?s Jacksonville office, explain how they rebooted Old San Jose with new product and a fresh streetscape.
Professional Builder’s House Review design team weaves function and focal points into the heart of the home.