Millennials say they'd definitely consider living in a 3D printed home

By Mike Wheatley | August 24, 2021
Consumers are warming up to the idea of 3D-printed homes, with more than two-thirds of respondents in a recent survey saying they’d definitely consider living in such a structure. The survey found that the concept is even more appealing to younger generations, with 75% of all millennials saying they would consider living in a […]

Dixie fire destroys almost 900 homes in California

By Mike Wheatley | August 13, 2021
The enormous Dixie wildfire in California is now the largest such fire on record and it’s leaving a trail of destruction in its wake, scorching an area that’s said to be more than twice as large as New York City. Officials say almost 900 homes have been destroyed by thefire since it began in mid-July, […]
Housing, Residential

Apartment rents are surging as people head back to work

By Mike Wheatley | August 8, 2021
Inner city apartment rents are rising again and available units are becoming harder to find as more people head back to work. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal this week, median rents for apartments in urban centers rose by more than 10% in the last month, compared to one year ago. Citing […]
Housing, Residential

Home builders press Congress to help ease housing shortages

By Mike Wheatley | July 18, 2021
American home builders have called upon Congress to take steps to address a tremendous shortage of affordable homes in the country through policy solutions. Real estate experts have long cited a perceived decline in new home building in the U.S. that began in the wake of the Great Recession last decade. Zillow recently said there […]

Buyer love letters have been banned in Oregon

By Mike Wheatley | July 12, 2021
Oregon has become the first U.S. state to ban buyer love letters when making an offer on a home
DIY-Home Improvement, Residential

Now we have a paint shortage to deal with too

By Mike Wheatley | June 9, 2021
Paint is getting harder to come by, and that’s likely to have an impact of people aiming to do summer home improvement projects. It’s also delaying the construction of new homes, as builders are forced to wait for supplies of more paint. The paint shortage is primarily due to the COVID-19 restrictions that have led […]

How forgiving are your neighbors?

By Mike Wheatley | May 30, 2021
Everyone knows that it’s good to have neighborly neighbors keeping watch out for thieves and other signs of danger in the neighborhood, but sometimes they can take things just a bit too far. For example, if you see someone speeding in the neighborhood or failing to clean up after their dog has done its business, […]
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