Suburbia: It has been a panacea and an expletive. Touted for affordability and maligned for automobile dependence, suburbia is a fact of life in the U.S.
New Home Sales
Researchers found that high-speed internet can add up to three percent to a home’s price
For this Kansas City builder, product diversification is the key to staying on top
An increase in small households represents a big opportunity for home builders
Caption: Screenshot via cgcloud.pro/YouTube
The move to digital can potentially help both builders and buyers save money
Rising rents, mounting student debt, and a shift in demographics contribute to the U.S. homeownership rate’s continuing decline
Last year was the year of the McMansion, as the number of homes built with four or more bedrooms were 12 percentage points higher than it was in 2009
The volume of sales can be hurt if interest rates and prices rise, which slows the need for more new-home construction
The number of homeowning respondents went down from five years ago, but more respondents said they see themselves owning five years from now.
Offering special features and upgrades gives you an edge with buyers, but competitive pricing, optimal margins, and streamlined packaging are essential
Housing is pointed towards sustainable comeback