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?
Must all good things come to an end, or will the second half of 2016 mirror the strength of the first half?
After the success of the Express Homes brand among first-time buyers (and last-time buyers), D.R. Horton decided to create a new brand specifically for seniors
Demand for homes is being hindered by continued lack of supply, and August’s sales numbers will likely slow because of it
While single-family building hasn’t recovered as much as multifamily building, the tides are beginning to change and single-family construction is heating up
As homeowners begin to feel more confident about their home’s value, they are more likely to invest in it
Finding the right home and purchasing it in June was likely as hard as it has ever been for the majority of buyers
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Once a new-home construction permit is secured, it typically takes about six to nine months to complete a residence
Is another bubble about to burst, or is the current rate of home value appreciation less nefarious?
Baby Boomers are not nearly as excited about low interest rates as Millennials, and for good reason