Technology has become integrated into our homes with devices such as networked doorbells, smart thermostats, and wireless light bulbs.
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Expect easier credit and for first-time buyers to make up a bigger part of the market.
Left to right: Tashara Cronshaw, director of human resources; Jason Frost, VP of land acquisition; Christopher Clark, VP of operations, north region; Jim Schier, senior VP of finance; Nancy Reynolds, CFO. Photo: Gary Bogdon/db Photo Agency.
It begins with a rigorous interview process and taking your time to make the right choice
Lowering your HERS scores will benefit both you and your buyers
New rule will hurt housing affordability and small businesses, say builders
We're extending an invitation, with plenty of notice
Buyers of all ages want home automation
One columnist and housing analyst says the accepted creation myth of early homebuilding is “conveniently forgetful about what actually happened in the past.”
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An Economic Census report confirms what the industry already knew
Automated home technology, like the kind of systems Bill Gates famously had in his home, is now available for the masses. Photo: Rsocol/Wikimedia Commons
For home buyers, smart gadgets and systems aren't just nice to have — the features are becoming necessities.
The National Labor Relations Board could consider them "joint employees"