The New Home Trends Institute, the new consumer-insights unit of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, shares what people want in 2021 kitchens in a TBD exclusive.
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The same people that brought the world the very first 'Me Generation,' are now spurring a We Generation surge to multiple generations living under a single roof.
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As Pulte ventures with Mine on turnkey interior design and furnishings e-commerce solutions, a business model pivot on model home economics begins to come clear.
An underlying, strategically critical question for market-rate housing leaders: How geared are their organizations, designs, land plans, and price offerings for 'explosive' diversity in household composition?
One of business's pandemic-era buzzwords is both all-important and transitory. There's no way around addressing it, and yet, one day, its meaning will fade.
The concept project's close-up moment takes place in Pittsboro, N.C., spotlighting the need to listen and discover to meet new homebuyers' demands in a time defined by the pandemic.
As a context to explore inspired and inspiring concepts, LA's "Low Rise" competition winners hew to a central theme: architecture as a solution for social, policy, economic, and cultural challenge.
Vertical construction got underway this month on a house in Chatham Park, N.C., whose name is Barnaby. Here's why.
Judging by our mail, you all agree that Maggie Goldstone, our Design Director, makes us look good. We asked her to explain from where her magic comes.
What new construction and remodeling professionals really need to know about changing color trends and their impact on sales, relationships, and profitability is a perennial challenge. This year getting this right is a bigger deal.