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 […]

A BALA Silver winner for Detached Home 3,501 – 4,000 square feet, Centennial, Colo.’s Marvella 7945 is our Home of the Week! A large rotunda foyer leads to the oversized grand room with a fireplace, dining area, and chef’s kitchen. The kitchen, complete with spacious island and breakfast bar, also […]