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PB August 2013

Infill Housing

Ample Infill for Thin Lots

Smaller-scale infill designs are not just for well-established urban areas anymore

Market Update: August 2013

Housing revival is real?sustained recovery depends on affordability and the economy; More mortgage misinformation; Vinyl Siding Institute releases insulated siding study

Supreme Court rules against authorities that 'extort' land owners seeking permits

The decision overturns a Florida Supreme Court ruling that would have given governments expanded power to force unreasonable exactions upon developers

Today's Choice: Employee Satisfaction or the Poacher

Headhunters, home builders, and other industries are looking for talent. If you ignore employee satisfaction, your human capital will be hired away. 


The Great Room Grows Up

Architects and designers see more L-shaped great rooms, more spatial definition, and a stronger connection to the outdoors

Professional Builder's 101 Best New Products

Among the hundreds of building products introduced by manufacturers during the past 12 months and featured on the pages of Professional Builder, the readers selected these standouts as the 101 Best New Products.

Executive Corner: Dealing with equity partners

Don Dykstra, president of Bloomfield Homes (Southlake, Texas), says a recent deal with Sumitomo Forestry provides the builder with confidence to increase leverage.


7 Leadership Examples That Work

It's much more productive and insightful to leave the attributes aside and understand instead what leaders are responsible for doing

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Delaware-based Schell Brothers, our 2023 Builder of the Year, brings a refreshing approach to delivering homes and measuring success with an overriding mission of happiness

NAHB Chairman's Message: In a challenging business environment for home builders, and with higher housing costs for families, the National Association of Home Builders is working to help home builders better meet the nation's housing needs

Sure there are challenges, but overall, Pro Builder's annual Housing Forecast Survey finds home builders are optimistic about the coming year

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