The year 2016 was an eventful one for home building.
Builders faced with a permit fee hike might want to resist the urge to rush in plans before it takes effect.
Land acquisition and development play prominently in the strategy of Ryland Homes’ Orlando, Fla., division, whose sales have doubled or nearly doubled for three years running.
Until recently, landowners could sell wildlife lands to the federal government for a market value so fair it rivaled the profits from developing that land.
Rebuilding a damaged community demands teamwork and speed.
Dirttogo.com is a Web site to remember if you run into problems with too much cut or too little fill.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's 1997 listing of the cactus ferruginous pygmy owl as endangered was 'arbitrary and capricious' and violated FWS policies.
Production builders have dealt with storm-water runoff erosion controls for more than a decade. Now, regulations that went into effect last spring are snaring even custom builders on sites as small as 1 acre.
Two Florida firms might be a harbinger of things to come in many housing markets as national builders continue to expand.
WCI Communities achieved the first U.S. gold-level certification from the Audubon Signature Cooperative Sanctuary Program at its Raptor Bay Golf Club in Florida.
Above all else, determine two factors during the feasibility or “free look” period of a land purchase agreement