Custom Builders

Custom Home Building Starts Rise in 3Q 2016
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Custom Home Building Starts Rise in 3Q 2016

There were 2,000 more starts in 3Q 2016 than in the year prior period More

Are You Being Used by Potential Clients?
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Are You Being Used by Potential Clients?

Bringing on new customers requires more than a harried estimate of the price for... More

Custom Home Building Starts See a Slight Increase from 4Q2014 to 4Q2015
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Custom Home Building Starts See a Slight Increase from 4Q2014 to 4Q2015

The market is expanding and will still see ups and downs in the coming quarters More

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Dealers Revise Upward 2013 Forecasts; Even More Bullish for 2014--Poll

Building material dealers surveyed last year about their 2013 revenue prospects now report they underestimated their likely growth, just-released results from a follow-up survey by Hanley Wood reveals. And that latter poll suggests continued optimism for 2014. More

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Tips for Selling to Big-Volume Builders

Getting in with the "big boys" is no easy task, but that doesn't mean it can't be done. It takes tough skin, the ability to handle losing, and knowing when to say "no." More

David Mosher
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David Mosher

Focusing on high-end custom builders and remodelers has helped David Mosher keep... More

Pursuing the New Deal
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Pursuing the New Deal

Representatives from 27 custom builders were among more than 400 people who... More

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Custom Home Pacesetter 2008 Awards

CUSTOM HOME proudly presents the winners of Pacesetter Awards program. Each year we invite custombuilders to share their achievements in one of seven aspects of custom home building: management, marketing, customerservice, design, innovation, production, and community service. This year we honor 14 custom builders who have demonstrated the highest level of performance and the strongest commitment to excellence in one of these areas. Each of them offers a powerful example of custom home building at its finest. More

Custom Conversation
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Custom Conversation

While consolidation among the nation's largest home-building firms may grab the... More

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Hard Rain

The housing slump has put extra strain on the always-tough relationship between builders looking to trim construction costs and suppliers grappling with smaller orders and shrinking margins. But the downturn is also forcing these trade partners to call a truce--however temporary and sometimes one-sided--in order to form a common front in their fight to survive this frail economy. More

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