This month’s issue includes stories about three unfilled market niches that are significant opportunities for builders: culturally aware housing, live-work housing, and Missing Middle Housing.
Custom Home Design
Custom Home Design
Taylor Morrison, California, Vista Del Verde, planned community
In one of the largest land sales in California in recent years, Taylor Morrison bought almost 16 acres in the Vista Del Verde master-planned project in Yorba Linda, Calif.
Bigger isn’t necessarily better in today’s housing market. Professional Builder’s House Review design team presents five small homes that pack a punch when it comes to amenities and livability.
PB Design Awards: 20 award-winning projects that reflect today’s buyers
Mortgage applications, increase, January, Mortgage Bankers Association, MBA
For the week of Jan. 6, 2012, mortgage loan applications rose 4.5 percent from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers’ Assocation’s latest report.
Some changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act go into effect beginning March 15, 2012.
Here are three rules to follow when designing new elevations
Designing a new elevation series is a lot of fun. It's an opportunity to define your brand and create homes that will speak to buyers emotionally, writes architect Todd Hallett. He identifies three things to look out for when your elevations are in the sketch phase.
Professional Builder’s House Review design team presents five plans that trim the fat and focus on traffic flow, flexibility, an
Professional Builder’s House Review design team presents five plans that trim the fat and focus on traffic flow, flexibility, and efficiency.
Next-gen universal design for bathrooms and kitchens
To answer the demand for universal design, manufacturers continue to develop products for the home that help make the user’s experience safer and more comfortable.
With this issue, we also are pleased to present photos of winning entries to our Professional Builder Design Awards. I encourage you to dig deep into this issue and see the great work submitted by your peers. At PB, design ideas are in our DNA.