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'No Need To Change:' The Big Barriers To Homes Of The Future

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'No Need To Change:' The Big Barriers To Homes Of The Future

If "no need to change; site built homes work fine for us" is such a strong de-motivator among homebuilders to cross the Rubicon into the future of housing, what does that say about the present and future business viability of vaunted construction tech start-ups?

Homebuilders Temper Upbeat Stance With A Dose Of Caution

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Homebuilders Temper Upbeat Stance With A Dose Of Caution

Although market sentiment and performance – as an old friend used to say – are "better than when they were worse," few operators take a whole lot of comfort in believing that destructive turbulence is mostly over and done with.

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Constellation Homebuilder Systems

Getting Beyond The A.I. Hype: Tips From A Long-Trusted Advisor

Technology

Getting Beyond The A.I. Hype: Tips From A Long-Trusted Advisor

“It's the 80-20 rule. People who are willing to change – they'll grasp it quickly. Other people will not grasp it until they have to, or because they're forced to, or it becomes the norm. They won’t be the leaders or the most successful." -- Al Trellis

Veev Falters: Lessons Learned For Homebuilding Innovation

Technology

Veev Falters: Lessons Learned For Homebuilding Innovation

"I don't care what endeavor someone is looking to innovate or start up. It is hard. It's really hard to do. I want to embrace those who are bold enough to get out there and try, and sometimes fail. They do provide a stepping stone for the learning process." -- Stuart Miller, Lennar

With Connect Homes' New AZ Plant, Its 3-Line Model Stretches

Capital

With Connect Homes' New AZ Plant, Its 3-Line Model Stretches

Connect Homes' building-engineering-and-design as a solution platforms aim at using platform DNA structural and systems pieces and parts for three zones of housing's "unmet need."

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'No Need To Change:' The Big Barriers To Homes Of The Future

Technology

'No Need To Change:' The Big Barriers To Homes Of The Future

If "no need to change; site built homes work fine for us" is such a strong de-motivator among homebuilders to cross the Rubicon into the future of housing, what does that say about the present and future business viability of vaunted construction tech start-ups?

Homebuilders Temper Upbeat Stance With A Dose Of Caution

Technology

Homebuilders Temper Upbeat Stance With A Dose Of Caution

Although market sentiment and performance – as an old friend used to say – are "better than when they were worse," few operators take a whole lot of comfort in believing that destructive turbulence is mostly over and done with.

Together with

Constellation Homebuilder Systems

Getting Beyond The A.I. Hype: Tips From A Long-Trusted Advisor

Technology

Getting Beyond The A.I. Hype: Tips From A Long-Trusted Advisor

“It's the 80-20 rule. People who are willing to change – they'll grasp it quickly. Other people will not grasp it until they have to, or because they're forced to, or it becomes the norm. They won’t be the leaders or the most successful." -- Al Trellis

Veev Falters: Lessons Learned For Homebuilding Innovation

Technology

Veev Falters: Lessons Learned For Homebuilding Innovation

"I don't care what endeavor someone is looking to innovate or start up. It is hard. It's really hard to do. I want to embrace those who are bold enough to get out there and try, and sometimes fail. They do provide a stepping stone for the learning process." -- Stuart Miller, Lennar

With Connect Homes' New AZ Plant, Its 3-Line Model Stretches

Capital

With Connect Homes' New AZ Plant, Its 3-Line Model Stretches

Connect Homes' building-engineering-and-design as a solution platforms aim at using platform DNA structural and systems pieces and parts for three zones of housing's "unmet need."

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'No Need To Change:' The Big Barriers To Homes Of The Future

Technology 02.12.24

'No Need To Change:' The Big Barriers To Homes Of The Future

If "no need to change; site built homes work fine for us" is such a strong de-motivator among homebuilders to cross the Rubicon into the future of housing, what does that say about the present and future business viability of vaunted construction tech start-ups?

Homebuilders Temper Upbeat Stance With A Dose Of Caution

Technology 01.17.24

Homebuilders Temper Upbeat Stance With A Dose Of Caution

Although market sentiment and performance – as an old friend used to say – are "better than when they were worse," few operators take a whole lot of comfort in believing that destructive turbulence is mostly over and done with.

Getting Beyond The A.I. Hype: Tips From A Long-Trusted Advisor

Technology 12.10.23

Getting Beyond The A.I. Hype: Tips From A Long-Trusted Advisor

“It's the 80-20 rule. People who are willing to change – they'll grasp it quickly. Other people will not grasp it until they have to, or because they're forced to, or it becomes the norm. They won’t be the leaders or the most successful." -- Al Trellis

Veev Falters: Lessons Learned For Homebuilding Innovation

Technology 12.01.23

Veev Falters: Lessons Learned For Homebuilding Innovation

"I don't care what endeavor someone is looking to innovate or start up. It is hard. It's really hard to do. I want to embrace those who are bold enough to get out there and try, and sometimes fail. They do provide a stepping stone for the learning process." -- Stuart Miller, Lennar

With Connect Homes' New AZ Plant, Its 3-Line Model Stretches

Capital 10.23.23

With Connect Homes' New AZ Plant, Its 3-Line Model Stretches

Connect Homes' building-engineering-and-design as a solution platforms aim at using platform DNA structural and systems pieces and parts for three zones of housing's "unmet need."