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Changemaker Phil Worland Remaps A Homebuilding Tech Pathway

Marketing & Sales

Changemaker Phil Worland Remaps A Homebuilding Tech Pathway

In a new episode of The Builder's Daily's videocast series, TBD Player, Phil candidly explores the industry community's critical challenge to rethink its relationship with customers.

New Duplex Options Expand MPCs' Segmentation Range

Architecture

New Duplex Options Expand MPCs' Segmentation Range

With smaller square footage and the ability to slot in between townhomes and single-family detached product, duplexes are increasing in popularity with developers and buyers.

Doldrums Unsettle Builders As Sales Slow, Cancels Creep Up

Capital

Doldrums Unsettle Builders As Sales Slow, Cancels Creep Up

A spreading belief among homebuyer prospects is that new home prices must and will come down from where they are and – in light of the growing use of concessions and incentives – that they've already started on their way down.

Only The Months Ahead Will Tell Whether Buyers Are Okay With Higher-For-Longer

Leadership

Only The Months Ahead Will Tell Whether Buyers Are Okay With Higher-For-Longer

You'd think, judging from the narrative so far, the cure for high prices might be to simply get used to them. Don't consider them an ailment worth the effort to cure. But that's a risky bet.

It's Always About Land In Homebuilding, But Now It's Different

Land

It's Always About Land In Homebuilding, But Now It's Different

Prices for it are high; multiple bidders for it strive to control it and build on it; borrowing costs to finance it are high, time-value-of-money costs for entitlement, permitting, etc. are running longer and longer, and ... "they're not making it anymore" has become "they're making less."

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Changemaker Phil Worland Remaps A Homebuilding Tech Pathway

Marketing & Sales

Changemaker Phil Worland Remaps A Homebuilding Tech Pathway

In a new episode of The Builder's Daily's videocast series, TBD Player, Phil candidly explores the industry community's critical challenge to rethink its relationship with customers.

New Duplex Options Expand MPCs' Segmentation Range

Architecture

New Duplex Options Expand MPCs' Segmentation Range

With smaller square footage and the ability to slot in between townhomes and single-family detached product, duplexes are increasing in popularity with developers and buyers.

Doldrums Unsettle Builders As Sales Slow, Cancels Creep Up

Capital

Doldrums Unsettle Builders As Sales Slow, Cancels Creep Up

A spreading belief among homebuyer prospects is that new home prices must and will come down from where they are and – in light of the growing use of concessions and incentives – that they've already started on their way down.

Only The Months Ahead Will Tell Whether Buyers Are Okay With Higher-For-Longer

Leadership

Only The Months Ahead Will Tell Whether Buyers Are Okay With Higher-For-Longer

You'd think, judging from the narrative so far, the cure for high prices might be to simply get used to them. Don't consider them an ailment worth the effort to cure. But that's a risky bet.

It's Always About Land In Homebuilding, But Now It's Different

Land

It's Always About Land In Homebuilding, But Now It's Different

Prices for it are high; multiple bidders for it strive to control it and build on it; borrowing costs to finance it are high, time-value-of-money costs for entitlement, permitting, etc. are running longer and longer, and ... "they're not making it anymore" has become "they're making less."

residential real estate news

Changemaker Phil Worland Remaps A Homebuilding Tech Pathway

Marketing & Sales 06.12.24

Changemaker Phil Worland Remaps A Homebuilding Tech Pathway

In a new episode of The Builder's Daily's videocast series, TBD Player, Phil candidly explores the industry community's critical challenge to rethink its relationship with customers.

New Duplex Options Expand MPCs' Segmentation Range

Architecture 06.11.24

New Duplex Options Expand MPCs' Segmentation Range

With smaller square footage and the ability to slot in between townhomes and single-family detached product, duplexes are increasing in popularity with developers and buyers.

Doldrums Unsettle Builders As Sales Slow, Cancels Creep Up

Capital 06.04.24

Doldrums Unsettle Builders As Sales Slow, Cancels Creep Up

A spreading belief among homebuyer prospects is that new home prices must and will come down from where they are and – in light of the growing use of concessions and incentives – that they've already started on their way down.

Only The Months Ahead Will Tell Whether Buyers Are Okay With Higher-For-Longer

Leadership 05.30.24

Only The Months Ahead Will Tell Whether Buyers Are Okay With Higher-For-Longer

You'd think, judging from the narrative so far, the cure for high prices might be to simply get used to them. Don't consider them an ailment worth the effort to cure. But that's a risky bet.

It's Always About Land In Homebuilding, But Now It's Different

Land 05.29.24

It's Always About Land In Homebuilding, But Now It's Different

Prices for it are high; multiple bidders for it strive to control it and build on it; borrowing costs to finance it are high, time-value-of-money costs for entitlement, permitting, etc. are running longer and longer, and ... "they're not making it anymore" has become "they're making less."