PB February 2016

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Whether via social media or in-person conversation, there's undeniable power in word of mouth

Is this the end of the post-crisis housing market?

12 home building fallacies that get in our way

For more effective follow-up with long-term prospects, email is the tool of choice—if you use it properly

Want some elevation education? Pros offer tips on nailing the classics for greatest curb appeal

These award-winning homes demonstrate the business and environmental opportunities that sustainable building affords.

President Obama has signed into law a $622 billion tax package that permanently renews certain housing tax priorities. The National Association of Home Builders pushed for a number of key tax provisions that have now been signed into law.

The Department of Energy has finalized a list of 13 total rule changes for 2015

The association has combined two of its existing certifications

The term multigenerational refers to at least three generations under the same roof, though homes designed for two generations are often tagged that way

A closer look at construction sector data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2013 survey 

Recent report says reduced tech funding has led to a host of issues, including lack of industry innovation 

Viny Panchal, of ProSight, sees more court cases coming to define who are deemed employees and who are considered contract laborers

The year's top entries blend creativity, innovation, and sophistication in marketing new homes 

Home builders and architects share their observations on house statistics and buyer demographics.

An innovation showcase embraces building science and sophisticated technologies to boost energy efficiency, comfort, and livability

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