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What's new for design in 2017? We interviewed some of the brightest minds in the industry to get their take on trends, styles, features, amenitites and more.

It’s a new year with a new administration and new uncertainty. In an effort to provide some clarity, we interviewed some of the brightest minds in the industry to get their take on different factors that could affect the homebuilding industry throughout 2017. 

 U.S. real estate continued to perform well in 2016 and the expectation is that there is more runway ahead in 2017.

Explore the seven shifts in design of Master Planned Communities.

The market is beginning to shift as new construction is catching up with demand in some markets and…the oldest cohort of millennials is finally starting to marry, have children and buy homes.

People want no less than ever before. They just don’t want all of the baggage that used to come with it. Four words sum up this new consumer mindset: Live large. Carry little.

Learn about the five main technology areas that builders and the broader building ecosystem will need to be aware of in 2017.

Going digital is all about generating more leads, converting more sales, selling more options, and helping your employees be better at their jobs.

If you’re interested in becoming competitive in eco-conscious HVAC, here are a few things you should consider before touting your green services on brand-new business cards.

Times change … and so do the attitudes, behaviors and preferences of homebuyers.

Much like an open floor plan, an open storage design seamlessly integrates distinct functional areas into one harmonious living space.

Nationally, there has been little change in house flipping in the past year, but Las Vegas is approaching historical highs, and flipping is making a comeback in several Florida markets.

Winners of 2015 Gold Nugget Awards Celebrated At PCBC In San Diego

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