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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Analysts forecast that lean supply won’t bulk up anytime soon
Thanks to its friendly tax structure and licensing rules, Portland, Ore. takes the top spot
As sales fell, the housing index also experienced a dip of more than 1 percent
Better maternity leave policy and a focus on diversity in company culture can help recruit and retain talent, a new study finds
Compared to the pre-recession era, homebuyers today are generally older
Households in the South and West will face much bigger rent costs this year
A study found that 42 percent of growth in renters over the past decade came from the 55 and older demographic
Millennials care more about being in a good school district than having an artisanal bakery around the corner
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A construction professional says a whole generation left the industry “and they didn’t come back”
Last year DMB opened Victory at Verrado, in Buckeye, Ariz. Floor plan innovations included setting the laundry room next to the master bath or closet; providing a snore room; and ensuring that entry, garage, pantry, and kitchen relate to one another.
A wave of new investment is entering the senior housing sector