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Volunteering is good for Alan Derrick's business and his conscience.
When M/I Schottenstein Homes president Bill Schottenstein decided to launch an al-out assault on the price creep that keeps potential first-time home buyers in rental apartments, his first target...
Holiday Builders of Melbourne, Fla. Sold out a 26-lot subdivision in just 90 minutes during a one-day event this past June at the Melbournw community of Magnolia Village.
Pulte Corporation, the nation's largest homebuilder, announced that it will add virtual tours to showcase their model homes on their website.
Just over one year after opening for sales, BelleFair at Rye Brook, N.Y. is opening six new models--and the project is already over 80% sold.
Following in the footsteps of other large-volume builders, Richmond American Homes of Irvine, Calif. opened a full-scale design center, HomeShaper Gallery, in Yorba Linda in June 1998.
For a dozen years or more, production builders have been tinkering with their sales and production processes to get closer to custom.
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This new master-planned community is finding a new use for an old U.S. Air Force base in California.
Northwest Landing in DuPont, Wash., is winning awards and accolades for excellence in planning.
Ten years of planning and entitlement work went into Lakewood Ranch's master-planned communityin Southwest Florida.
Master-planned communities are complex, capital-intensive and take years to develop, but they can capture more new home sales than conventional developments.
Sheer size is enough to attract attention to Summerlin in Las Vegas, but the master-planned community's sales numbers are really turning heads.
Buyers expect and deserve a lot from their homes.
It may not be cost-effective for smaller builders to hire a team of color consultants, and custom builders, by definition, work with their buyers to achieve individual color schemes.