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Features
January 21, 2000

Miami architect (and traditional neigh-borhood development pioneer) Andres Duany believes TND is the cure for the epidemic of anti-growth political move-ments now sweeping across America’s most vibrant housing markets.

Features
January 01, 2000

This past November, the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio ruled that Centex Homes cannot enforce the protion of its contracts requiring buyers to waive the guarantee that their new homes are 'habitable' and made with 'good and workmanlike construc...

Features
January 01, 2000

Although the pace of growth and traffic congestion in their communities concern Americans, they prefer accommodating growth by expanding and improving infrastructure such as roads and schools rather than limiting it through regulation.

Features
January 01, 2000

For more than three decades, California home builders have battled their state’s peculiar application of strict product liability laws to housing construction.

Features
December 01, 1999

Having long ago stopped being seen as simply providers of "trailer" homes, the manufactured housing industry has made huge strides during the past two decades.

Features
November 01, 1999

A California developer agreed last month to pay $9 million to settle a construction defect lawsuit than go to trial.

Features
October 01, 1999

As the topic of suburban sprawl and antigrowth legislation heats up with the upcoming federal elections, the Sierra Club recently released its second annual report on sprawl.

Features
October 01, 1999

Over the last 20 years, most of the infill development in the city of Portland, Ore. Has consisted of garage-domnated row houses.

Features
October 01, 1999

An important provision of tax legislation recently passed by congress would expand funding for the Low-Income housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program, spurring the creation of 28,000 additional units of affordable rental housing every year.

Features
October 01, 1999

The Portland city government's official position is their new base zone design standards are a response to past construction standards that have negatively impacted the livability and safety of surrounding neighborhoods.

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