Casitas. Granny flats. Tiny homes. Back yard in-laws units. She-sheds. Man caves. Call them what you will, but across the country they are now being used not only for fun,
It’s a numbers game, but it’s one everyone in the real estate and the home building industry watches. While construction of new houses fell more than 9% in September, there
Life in these United States has changed. According to BUILDER Magazine’s John McManus, 2018 brings with it a demographic tipping point: fewer than half of U.S. households are now headed
For decades, golf course homes were sold as the ideal location for golfers and non-golfers alike — a place where one could have a permanently manicured view of greens, massive
The United States is facing a troubling trend. Skilled tradesmen and women are at their most lacking ever, according to recent data from the Manpower Group. These include welders, electricians,
Home builder sentiment gets a post-election boost, with levels reaching their highest point since 2005.
A monthly reading of home builder confidence by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) spiked
Optimism among builders in the newly-constructed single-family home market continues to strengthen, and in October, confidence hit levels not seen in 10 years.
Home builder confidence rose another three points this
A monthly survey of the nation’s home builders shows that confidence continues to rise in the newly-built, single-family home market. The National Association of Homebuilders’ Housing Market Index rose by
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update we’ll take a look at the latest news from the National Association of Home Builders’ builders confidence index, which brought some good news to