From losing electricity to losing their house, nearly 50,000 Oklahoma residents were affected by the late-May tornadoes and storms that ripped through their communities. But local builders are having trouble coming up with the manpower and other resources to rebuild those homes fast enough for their owners, Builder magazine reports. The result: a unique form of turnover that's finding old residents moving out while builders and developers team up with sales agents to buy up destroyed lots and begin building for a new group of buyers. Read More