Las Vegas-Paradise, NV

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Japanese-Inspired Design and Building Arrives in U.S. Via the BUILDER Chōwa Concept Home

The project emphasizes "living in balance" and brings Japan-based Sekisui House’s... More

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15 Key Predictions and Insights from Wells Fargo Securities' Senior Economist

Expect modest growth generally, but strong variations tied to energy, tech, and... More

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Here's What You Missed at IBS 2015

Augmented reality apps, fire-proof insulation, and economic insights abound in Las... More

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Lumber Prices to Stay in $300 to $400 per mbf Range

The modest level of housing starts in 2014, tighter lending standards, higher interest rates, and increased lumber mill capacity are expected keep lumber prices in check. More

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Missed IBS? Here's What You Need to Know

A round-up of the latest news, hottest products, and best market intelligence gathered by our reporting team at the 2013 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas More

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Desert Lumber Acquires A.C. Houston's Las Vegas Assets

Desert Lumber has acquired the assets A.C. Houston Lumber's Las Vegas operations. The deal marks the end of A.C. Houston's presence in the Las Vegas market and means less competition for Desert Lumber in the southern Nevada market. More

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European Trends Heat Up American Kitchens

Painted and exotic-wood cabinets, appliances boasting wireless connectivity, and hands-free faucets are some of the hot trends from overseas, The Home Depot's trend and design expert says. More

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Harness Technology to Reach Clients Faster, Cheaper

If you are not using YouTube, Skype, and Dropbox to connect with clients or show off your showroom, you'd better start because your competitors are, warned John Morgan, vice president of the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA). More

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Sea Change

The nation's housing numbers remind me of the scene in the movie Das Boot in which the captain of a German submarine escapes certain death by ordering the boat to sink far below its rated depth limit. More

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