Home Builder Marketing Tips To Gain More Leads

As a home builder, you also need to step up and ramp up your marketing tactics to keep up with the times. If you can maximize the potential of today’s marketing technology and tools, you will be able to get more leads. New marketing strategies can bring you more customers and increase your sales in

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5 Innovative Materials for Custom Home Builders

As a custom home builder, it is important to stay on top of new developments regarding building materials. Every year, a new generation of new materials is released, providing builders with better solutions for homeowner needs. Manufacturers continue to create stronger, lighter and sustainable materials that can solve many challenges of construction. The way you

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5 Reasons The Self-Build Market Is Booming

It’s no secret that the self-build market is on the rise, increasing at the rate of 6.25% per year, with more and more people deciding to go it alone and create their dream home. But why are more and more of us to be going down this route? Let’s look at some of the key

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A Guide to Building Your Dream Home

Building your dream home is definitely an exciting endeavor. But have you thought about how you want it to look like? How many bedrooms will it have? How will the rooms be arranged? How big will it be? It’s essential that you get to the nitty-gritty of these details right from the get-go. Fortunately, there

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Home construction grows in August but it could be short lived

There’s good news on the construction front as builders have been stepping up their efforts to build more homes and replenish inventory-starved markets.

Lumber prices, labor shortages and growing regulations hold back construction

A staggering 90 percent of home builders say the affordability of new properties is being hampered by rising lumber prices.

Building Bigger With Bigger Debt

The developing trend in new house building is bigger homes. You might mistakenly assume that as the population grows older, seniors would be downsizing. You might also assume that the first time buyers market is demanding smaller homes. But that doesn’t appear to be the case for either according to the National Association of Home

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Data Analysis Changing the Way Land is Developed

The introduction of new data analysis methods is changing the way builders in the United States are buying, selling and developing land. At a recent building and building products symposium in New York, builders were cautiously optimistic that the new homes market would rebound this year due to easier credit and increased flexibility. A key

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Builders Say Britain Needs More Energy Efficient Homes

The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) thinks making Britain’s homes more energy efficient should be supported with measures included in the UK’s upcoming budget. By adopting such measures, the British government would boost the construction industry and help householders deal with the issue of rising fuel bills. Brian Berry, chief executive of the FMB, warns that over nine million British households might be in fuel poverty by 2016 some nine million British households could be in fuel poverty.

RICS launches commission to address UK housing crisis

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has created a special commission to determine the best approaches in dealing with the UK housing crisis. The decision was made as a year after a new housing strategy had been announced by the UK government, house building was still stalling while Britons showed a stringent need of more

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