House hunting can be frustrating. Inventory levels are low, and the homes you do find may not have everything that meets your needs. If you’re not one to compromise on
Jobs are on the rise, thanks in large part to a boost in the construction industry.
The latest jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics indicates that nonfarm
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