PB February 2015

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Winners of the NAHB's National Sales and Marketing Awards help generate sales as the housing market returns

Renting to Millennials provided MBK Homes perspective on what matters for this buyer group when the time comes to buy a house

Growing demand for apartments and the scare from the Great Recession have some home builders looking into the for-rent business

House plans that are in harmony with small-home neighborhoods, summer retreats, and weekend escapes

Builders and designers report what has happened during the past three years with cost per square foot, house size, and buyer income 

Urban infill housing continues to follow a growth trajectory as builders seek out locations that are close to life’s necessities.

Ultra-efficient Energy Star Version 6.0 windows are rolling out, but are homebuyers willing to pay higher prices?

There's much that builders can do to build better homes while eliminating waste. But suppliers and trades have a part to play, too.

Builders considering going green should take a holistic, systems approach to the home

Isaac Zuercher talks about the drivers in Middle Tennessee

But while those numbers indicate a drop from 2013, the group still outperformed home sales nationwide, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting

Taking energy-efficiency lessons from theory to practice by building a passive house

With buyers still relatively scarce, home builders have to be shrewder than ever with their sales and marketing strategies

Father-son team Jerry and Tom Wade of Palo Duro Homes have built a legacy for advancing energy efficiency in housing

Take these steps to match consumer expectations with what you have to offer

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