With their laser focus on the 55-and-older market, I wonder if home builders and developers might be overlooking an emerging niche: singles.
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The end of the suburbs is not approaching, and Americans are not hypermobile
Million-dollar home sales continue to taper
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The fiscal fourth quarter results of Lennar Corp. contains good news for homebuyers, not so good for investors.
Builders are more optimistic about the industry as the overall economy becomes less of a concern, even as the rising cost of materials and labor commands more attention.
Builders prefer traditional approaches for market research, according to a survey of Professional Builder readers.
Sales of newly built, single-family homes increased 18 percent in August to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 504,000 units.
Builders weigh in on their love-hate relationship with the banking industry, and the non-traditional sources of capital they are using.
Builders, designers, and architects weigh in on what they value in relationships with suppliers and which attributes would make them consider trying a new product.