PB August 2014

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The House Review design team presents five plans suitable for slices and slivers of suburbia.

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.

With flat, level lots in ever-decreasing supply, it behooves builders to become more creative with hillside sites.

HVAC contractor Carl Grace has already faced down a boatload of problems, and he’s hardly had his coffee yet; but the day is just getting started.

CEO Heather Dosch talks about developing John F. Buchan Homes as a custom and urban builder in Seattle.

As demonstrated by projects across the country, zero-energy-ready homes can be built in a variety of climates, including hot-humid and cold climates.

If you would like to improve your customer mortgage and closing experience, then take charge of it, like you do other critical tasks, and don’t treat your preferred lender as an exception.

Like the popular television shows “Survivor” and “American Idol,” this recruiting process will eliminate potential salespeople along the way until the outstanding winners remain.

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