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Suburban Shift Eases in Third Quarter, Vacation-Home Markets Strong

Suburban Shift Eases in Third Quarter, Vacation-Home Markets Strong Suburban Shift Eases in Third Quarter, Vacation-Home Markets Strong The suburban shift for single-family home buying precipitated in large part by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year continues but new data reveals that higher density markets are making a comeback as well. In contrast,…

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Single-Family Home Size Continues to Trend Higher

Single-Family Home Size Continues to Trend Higher Single-Family Home Size Continues to Trend Higher COVID-19 has impacted the way many residents use their homes, with an increased desire for space to accommodate added functions such as working from and/or studying at home. Recent housing data confirm the continuation of this trend. According to third quarter…

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Easy Steps to Keep Your Fridge Organized

Easy Steps to Keep Your Fridge Organized Easy Steps to Keep Your Fridge Organized Bost By: ShelfGenie of the MidSouth   You and your family members access your refrigerator multiple times a day. Organizing it will simplify how you make your grocery list and plan your meals. Use the helpful tips below to stop wasting…

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Property Tax Rates Vary Widely by State and Geography

Property Tax Rates Vary Widely by State and Geography House on a US tax form schedule A   There is a nearly $8,000 difference between what residents of the state with the highest property taxes pay compared to those who live in the state with the lowest annual tax bill. NAHB analysis of data from…

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How Multifamily Projects Can Utilize Community Solar

As states and jurisdictions take actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, many localities are considering ways to limit direct (from heating and cooling) and indirect (consumption of electricity by the building occupant) emissions from the building sector. One strategy for builders to consider is the integration or addition of solar photovoltaics (PV).

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Could Rising Materials Prices Leave You Without Enough Insurance Coverage?

As building material prices continue to rise, home builders and remodelers are reevaluating some of their normal business operations to increase inefficiencies and protect their bottom lines. One area that may not immediately come to mind is the impact of rising prices on a project’s insurance coverage.

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Home Offices Remain Popular Among Home Buyers!

Home Offices Remain Popular Among Home Buyers! By Rose Quint Few events over the last century have had as profound an impact on the ways we live than the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Premier among them is the heightened relevance of ‘home.’ The health crisis thrust the home into a new level of prominence, expanding its…

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