Photo Credit: Josh Berglund, flickr Creative Commons

May 04, 2016

The top three largest builders in the country retained their spots with D.R. Horton taking the number one position for the fourth year in a row

Photo: pepperberryfarm/Creative Commons.

May 04, 2016

Wood-based products that are RPP-certified are eligible to receive points toward a National Green Building Standard Certified Home.

Swainson House at Serosun Farms

Serosun Farms near Hampshire, Ill., is a community zoned for farmland preservation and limited development. The plan calls for 114 lots amid at least 165 acres of farmland and additional acres for greenspace, woodlands, and community gardens. Above is Serosun's first model home dubbed the Swainson House (Photos: Jill Buckner).

May 04, 2016

Access to locally-grown, organic food is emerging as the hottest tool for building communities. 

Illustration: Michael Kirkham

May 04, 2016

Cookie-cutter streetscapes are giving way in master planned communities, and the Housing Giants that builder them are focusing on product diversity, quality of life, and neighborhoods.

New Rainier Vista micro community

Dwell Development spent more than five years building a 42-home sustainable micro community in Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood

May 04, 2016

Dwell Development enhances a Seattle infill master planned community with sustainable houses

May 04, 2016

Professional Builder’s annual Housing Giants list, ranked by revenue, includes 252 of the nation’s largest builders.

Photo Credit: Garreth Wilcock, flickr Creative Commons

May 03, 2016

The 0.3 percent gain in March, combined with February’s 1 percent gain, has construction spending as high as it has been in years


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