Major cities in the United States are undergoing a renaissance, as millennials, as well as baby boomers that are now empty nesters, are increasingly drawn to living in urban cores, and personalized living spaces that support an interconnected lifestyle. One of the dominant real estate trends of 2017 is the […]

If you’re building a home with less than 1,600 square feet in living space, what do your customers want? The short answer is energy efficiency, a laundry room, ceiling fans and exterior lighting, according to a recent NAHB study. The study is based on the latest home buyer preference survey […]

OPEI Offers 12 Tips to Help Home & Business Owners Prepare Ahead of Storms, Hurricanes and Floods The preparations you make now, ahead of storms, floods, or hurricanes, can help you recover faster and stay safe during clean-up. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), an international trade association representing small engine, […]

Located just south of downtown Minneapolis, The Rose incorporates pioneering green building techniques among its 90 mixed-income (47 affordable and 43 market-rate) apartments, which range from efficiencies to three bedrooms. The Rose is the fourth and final phase of the 15-year Franklin Portland Gateway Project’s South Quarter redevelopment initiative that […]

A master-planned Summerville, S.C., community has sought to preserve the natural environment for wildlife habitats and traditional rural land uses in a new model for town-building that weaves homes and retail with parks and natural open spaces. Our Home of the Week, Camelia at Summers Corner, is a picturesque style […]