PB June 2015

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The kitchen as focal point lives on, with increased emphasis on islands and pantries.

Stylecraft’s Doug French on first-time buyers, college towns, and the energy of youth.

To sort out options in siding, consider climate, home style, and most importantly, budget.

The team approach to designing a community results in a more cohesive result—and one that’s often more creative

Brisk business means increased revenue, happy salespeople, and satisfied shareholders. If you're less than prudent, it can also spell danger.

In an era of consolidation, here's how four regional builders are staying independent while maintaining a lead spot.

A recent study by the Urban Land Institute found that millennials aren't swapping the suburbs for city living as many prefer to dwell in centrally located neighborhoods.

An increase in small households represents a big opportunity for home builders

RESNET launched a new Water Efficiency Rating index to give homeowners an indication of their home's water-efficiency.

Home Innovation Reserach Labs recently achieved a major milestone with its National Green Building Standard certification program.

Survey reveals home builders' quest to find the ideal weather, air, and thermal barrier.

Regional builders have deep roots in the community, and that's one of the keys to success.

U.S. House of Representatives passes legislation that curbs the EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' federal jurisdiction over waterways and wetlands 

While there are significant savings opportunities to be found in being more efficient with trade labor, materials, and employees, that isn’t how you find the real cost savings. The route to the margin you seek is through process.

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