How ConstructReach is taking aim at the construction industry's labor shortage and workforce diversity
NAHB talks with Ed Brady of the Home Builders Institute, the nation’s leading education resource for career technical education in the building industry
Paul Hanson, of Epcon Communities Franchising, talks about active adult demand and what it's like to be a franchise home builder amid supply chain constraints
Construction companies are focused on the labor shortage and finding skilled people, but recruiting executive Cory Kruse says employers need to work on presenting compelling reasons for employees to stay
TRI Pointe's Linda Purdy shares her perspective on acquiring land, building homes at attainable prices, and other challenges for growing the home builder's Colorado division
The PPP is a great opportunity for small businesses hurt by COVID-19 to obtain much needed capital to pay bills, pay employees, and invest in getting back to business
SEEFAR's Jim Nostedt shares how an appraisal/analysis called Total Cost of Building Ownership reveals the true cost of building and operating a sustainable building
Investment banker Margaret Whelan talks about labor constraints and how access to capital is fueling innovation in a home building industry not typically known for it
The business model for Thomas James Homes' Trademark by TJH brand brings more opportunities for buyers in neighborhoods where inventory is tight
As a leading advocate for smart growth, Miami-based architect and urban planner Andrés Duany's vision for housing development and affordability is both bold and practical
The 141 Project is a nonprofit coalition of home builders that raises money to build homes for impoverished families overseas while fostering goodwill with clients in the U.S.
Can a national franchise be the solution to what is holding back single-family residential construction from modular building?