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Existing-Home Sales Increase in January

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In January, existing-home sales increased to the highest annual rate in six months, and subpar supply levels propelled price growth to the fastest increase since last April, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). The West was the only ... Read More »

Going Mini With the Tiny House Trend

Tiny Home Trend

If you’ve watched home design shows or you’ve browsed through Pinterest much, you may have seen examples of the homes attracting varying types of homeowners to the tiny house movement. According to The Tiny Life, a resource for people seeking information on tiny living, ... Read More »

Housing Trends to Reflect Millennial Preferences

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Millennials are expected to start strongly impacting housing trends, with their preferences showing up in emphases on energy efficiency, smart home technology, workable kitchens and more casual spaces, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and Better Homes and Gardens. ... Read More »

New Study Links Green Building Practices to Health

Green Building Practices

Green, or environmentally friendly building practices, aren’t just about the environment anymore; they’re about better health and more productive workers. A new study by Harvard’s Center for Health and the Global Environment found that those working in offices with below ... Read More »

Home Builders and Designers Gather in Las Vegas

International Builders' Show

Home builders, designers and manufacturers all flocked to the Las Vegas Convention Center yesterday to kick off Design & Construction Week. Founding partners the National Association of Home Builders and the National Kitchen and Bath Association are co-locating the International Builders’ Show® ... Read More »

Housing Starts Reach Seven-Year High

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The number of housing starts in the U.S. rose to a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.2 million in November, or 16.5 percent growth above November 2014, for a seven-year high. Single-family production increased 7.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate ... Read More »

They Would If They Could: Millennials on Homebuying

The majority of millennials are renters, not homeowners — but a new survey shows they would buy houses if they could. According to Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME), a quarterly consumer survey released by the National Association of Realtors for the ... Read More »

Home Depot Alters Focus for Changing Baby Boomer Habits

Home Depot

The baby boomer generation is shifting from planning DIY jobs to hiring professionals to do projects for them, and The Home Depot is taking note and shifting gears, as well. The big-box retailer is paying attention to its largest customer base, and at a ... Read More »