Exclusive Research + Data
Exclusive Research: Cost, House Size, and Buyer Budgets
Builders and architects report on what's been happening with expenses, square footage, and buyer demographics
C&C's Todd Cottle on the aesthetics and challenges of building affordable housing
Affordable housing that wins design awards and does not decrease the property values of nearby single-family homes.
Labor + Trade Relations
The Trade Shortage: Opportunity Lost ... or Gained?
In terms of how builders run their companies, stop and ask yourself: Have we gotten better or worse since the crash?
Homebuyers Choose Amenities Over Size
First-time buyers desire amenities and features such as separate laundry rooms, low-E windows, Energy Star–rated appliances, programmable thermostats, and exterior lighting
Joint Center Releases New Numbers On Aging
The aging population is expected to significantly increase by 2035. By then, more than 800,000 older households will be buying new homes every year.
Utah Tops Fastest Growing States
Utah was the only state to experience a 2 percent increase in population between 2015 and 2016
Starter-Home Supply Falls
Homes available for first-time buyers dropped 12 percent last year, and starter homes now comprise only 25 percent of the total number of homes
Top-Selling Master Plans Of 2016
With a 19 percent increase in sales from 2015, Irvine Ranch overtook The Villages as the nation's best seller last year
The New American Home 2017: Luxury Living, Energy Smarts
With a HERS Index score of zero and luxe features galore, the New American Home is a gold mine of innovation
5 Primary Suites That Showcase Functionality and Features
Today’s primary suite offers practicality, top-tier finishes, and a variety of hardworking private spaces