Many Manufacturers Have Slowed Building Product R&D During COVID-19
According to Home Innovation Research Labs, manufacturers are taking a “wait and...
Hanley Wood And Meyers Research Acquire Satellite Imagery Company Bird.I
A new satellite data product is due this month, with integration into Zonda/...
Tiny Homes Come to Tempe
Construction on a new tiny home community is expected to start this spring.
How to Build Affordably: Destiny Homes Cuts Its Average Selling Price 30% or More
BUILDER's editorial director tells how this Des Moines-area single-family builder...
Deep Local Scale: It's What Our 'Local Leaders' Is All About
America's top-10 selling buiders in the nation's 50 most-active new home markets,...
Private Builders Are Feeling Lots of Pain
Builder's editorial director explains how market headwinds are punishing smaller...
Will Americans Continue to Stay Put?
Are declining rates of mobility and migration cyclical or structural? And, what...
How To Win Government Business
It takes patience and a willingness to deal with red tape, but in time the...
Feds Update Guidance on Fixing Homes With Tainted Drywall
The federal government's Consumer Product Safety Commission and Department of Housing and Urban Development released updated guidance for fixing homes with tainted drywall that damaged new homes' electrical equipment, corroded pipes, created foul smells, and led to residents' health problems.