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You don’t hear a lot about Indianapolis-based Giant Crossmann Communities, a public company that concentrates on entry-level and first move-up buyers in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, and the...
Brookfield Homes president Jeff Prostor sees big trouble brewing in Southern California’s construction labor market, and he’s a little uneasy about lumber supply and prices.
Lonnie Fedrick’s Houston-based Newmark Homes is a strange duck: public, but not very, and decidedly disinterested in dancing to Wall Street’s tune.
Orange County, Calif., builder Joe Richter is setting benchmarks for commitment to quality and customer service that the whole housing industry might be well-advised to emulate.
A basic guide to building your electronic presence.
Profit. A misunderstood word if there ever was one.
A bit different, wouldn’t you say? Luxury Homes is now Luxury Home Builder. Why the change you wonder?
Labor, labor, labor. Ever tire of hearing the refrain? As the crescendo builds, some remodelers are taking action instead of adding their complaints to the din.
Field laptops must perform different functions than their office counterparts.
People are often asked, 'How did you get into business?' Many times, it’s surprising to find out it all happened by accident.
Demand has been building, and now Owens Construction is ready to attack the market.
What made David Weekley Homes stand out in the minds of those who select Fortune magazine’s '100 Best Companies to Work for'?
Imagine a company that rewards employee performance with vacations in Maui or the Cayman Islands. Imagine a company where the CEO and COO don’t just breeze through the office when they visit, but...
Design leadership can bring with it a nifty little kicker on the bottom line. And for a startup builder, it’s probably the best of all routes to name recognition. You don’t have to be the biggest...
Associate Editor Rob Fanjoy recently suffered a fate common today - information overload.
Michael Mendelsohn, president/CEO of Cliftwood Homes Inc. in Scottsdale, Ariz., doesn’t build typical houses. But he does conduct much of his business in a typical builder setting: the front seat...
The Net will bring the industry together through 'virtual consolidation.'
Inspection forms are worthless if they don’t help solve your current quality issues.
I don’t know how many people the average person meets in a lifetime.