PB November 2001

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The $1.2 billion combination of D.R. Horton and Schuler Homes will likely form a new No. 2 builder.

Fannie Mae economist David Berson concedes that the U.S. economy is in a recession but says it likely will be short and that the recovery, by the second half of 2002, should be strong.

The Solar Buildings Program of the U.S. Department of Energy will fund four home building teams working on introducing the Zero Energy concept to the home building industry.

I magine that a new state law requires your local government to streamline the subdivision approval process, making it easier for you to develop land and build homes.

Most builders don't realize that 67% of new home buyers refer family and friends to their builder within 30-60 days after moving in.

Never let it be said you can’t learn something in sixth-grade social studies — no matter what your age.

With Interview Selling, it’s easier than you think

Remember the first home you built? Kathy Trimble, a custom home builder in the Twin Cities area, is not likely to forget hers.

How a new study helps debunk the cost-of-growth myth, once and for all.

You once needed the guidance and respect of others more than anything else. They were the ones who validated that you were OK. They were the ones there for you when you needed to know the right way.

Coming in at Nos. 1 and 2 in projected housing starts for 2002, according to Cahners Economics, Florida and California will be responsible for a lot of new housing next year.

New laws complicate California’s already tough entitlement situation.

Irrepressible housing ad man finds the Internet full of promise.

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