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PB December 2002


Money-Saving Molding Tips

The Hardwood Council offers four techniques that can help builders and architects make budget without sacrificing style.

Better Accounting for Small-Volume Builders

Mistakes in design, material selection or trade contractor contracts can turn sure profits into unexpected losses, and too often for too many builders the culprit is a lack of timely, accurate financial data to help in the decision-making process.

America Owes Housing

Without housing's strong performance over the past year, the economy and most people's financial situation would be much worse than they are.

Niches Key Smart Growth Strategy

Hedgewood Properties' move into smart growth has many antecedents.

'Qualify' Your Customers on Personality as Well as Finances

The importance of finding qualified customers goes beyond assessing their financial means.

Solve Buyers' Work-at-Home Worries

Twenty million Americans work at home at least one day a week, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

An Exit Strategy With Tax Breaks

Employee ownership is becoming a hot topic among builders because it offers aging business owners an exit strategy with a distinct advantage: no capital gains tax.

Weather Shield

Tilt windows in the Weather Shield line have a redesigned jamb liner and tilt latch mechanism to make opening and removing the sash easier.

Builder Influence on Survey

Level of influence your builder had on your responses to this survey:

Hidden Treasure

Sometimes the jolt you need to boost sales-center traffic is simply buried in the sand, or so Brookfield Homes in Fairfax, Va., found with its recent treasure chest campaign.

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