Huge shortfall of construction workers hits homebuilders hard



Home builders are struggling to keep up the pace of construction due to a reported 200,000 unfilled construction jobs in the U.S.

New Home Dream: How to Know When to Build or Buy



As the single biggest investment a couple will make over their lifetime, purchasing a home is a dream come true.

Home Builders Are On the Rise Across US



It’s taken some time but the house building businesses has finally started to advance. It’s not a major advance but it is moving forward. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index released last week rose 2 points to 60 following a downwardly

Building standards of the future



Green construction is slowing gaining ground as a cornerstone of sustainable development in an era preoccupied by global warming and climate change

Condo developers seize on vacant churches



Condo developers are increasingly beginning to transform churches into condominiums.

How 3D Printed Concrete Could Re-Shape the Future of Housing



3D printing applications have the potential to be a game changer in the design and construction of buildings.

New housing starts on the up



Housing inventories across the country could soon come under relief, with builders at last moving to meet the pent up demand in many markets.

Building permit delays set to push up new housing costs



Construction projects across the nation are facing delays due to local authorities inability to award building permits in a timely fashion, builders say.

The impact of immigrants on U.S. housing markets



No matter what your stance is on immigration to the United States, there’s no doubt the flow of people is having a big impact on the nation’s housing markets.

Buy Your Own or Build Your Own? A Look at Commissioning Versus Buying a Pre-built Home



Pre-built homes have several advantages over commissioned ones such as there being less time needed to move into them and the cost of materials is often far cheaper since they are bought in bulk