TBDZoning

Steps Toward Reform: Get Past The NIMBY Versus YIMBY War

Policy

Steps Toward Reform: Get Past The NIMBY Versus YIMBY War

Housing affordability – when it comes to working households' access to homes near where they work – comes down to the ground, its entitlement, and the first costs and carrying expense of getting title to the dirt.

The Great Western Water Rush Of 2020s Era Residential Real Estate

Products

The Great Western Water Rush Of 2020s Era Residential Real Estate

Water supplies for drinking, agriculture, residential, and commercial use are already a "gorilla in the room" issue in planning, zoning, and land-use permitting and approvals meetings in these states and beyond.

Together with

Kohler

A Land Reset Can Lower Costs, But It'll Also Take A New Deal With Locals

Land

A Land Reset Can Lower Costs, But It'll Also Take A New Deal With Locals

Innovations to lower building costs will only get builders and developers part of the way to affordability. Disruptive deals to engage local property owners in enlightened self-interest will also need to happen.

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Leadership

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Is a widening "haves-vs.-have nots" gap defensible, or even good common business sense? If not, then, we're all in the affordable housing business.

Mining City-Centric Scattered Lots As A Scalable Production Play

Leadership

Mining City-Centric Scattered Lots As A Scalable Production Play

Tampa-based 3rd-generation homebuilding visionary Sharon McSwain's Domain Homes proves out an inner-ring lot financial acquisition model with vertical construction on the back end.

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Steps Toward Reform: Get Past The NIMBY Versus YIMBY War

Policy

Steps Toward Reform: Get Past The NIMBY Versus YIMBY War

Housing affordability – when it comes to working households' access to homes near where they work – comes down to the ground, its entitlement, and the first costs and carrying expense of getting title to the dirt.

The Great Western Water Rush Of 2020s Era Residential Real Estate

Products

The Great Western Water Rush Of 2020s Era Residential Real Estate

Water supplies for drinking, agriculture, residential, and commercial use are already a "gorilla in the room" issue in planning, zoning, and land-use permitting and approvals meetings in these states and beyond.

Together with

Kohler

A Land Reset Can Lower Costs, But It'll Also Take A New Deal With Locals

Land

A Land Reset Can Lower Costs, But It'll Also Take A New Deal With Locals

Innovations to lower building costs will only get builders and developers part of the way to affordability. Disruptive deals to engage local property owners in enlightened self-interest will also need to happen.

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Leadership

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Is a widening "haves-vs.-have nots" gap defensible, or even good common business sense? If not, then, we're all in the affordable housing business.

Mining City-Centric Scattered Lots As A Scalable Production Play

Leadership

Mining City-Centric Scattered Lots As A Scalable Production Play

Tampa-based 3rd-generation homebuilding visionary Sharon McSwain's Domain Homes proves out an inner-ring lot financial acquisition model with vertical construction on the back end.

Zoning

Steps Toward Reform: Get Past The NIMBY Versus YIMBY War

Policy 11.10.22

Steps Toward Reform: Get Past The NIMBY Versus YIMBY War

Housing affordability – when it comes to working households' access to homes near where they work – comes down to the ground, its entitlement, and the first costs and carrying expense of getting title to the dirt.

The Great Western Water Rush Of 2020s Era Residential Real Estate

Products 10.24.22

The Great Western Water Rush Of 2020s Era Residential Real Estate

Water supplies for drinking, agriculture, residential, and commercial use are already a "gorilla in the room" issue in planning, zoning, and land-use permitting and approvals meetings in these states and beyond.

A Land Reset Can Lower Costs, But It'll Also Take A New Deal With Locals

Land 09.26.22

A Land Reset Can Lower Costs, But It'll Also Take A New Deal With Locals

Innovations to lower building costs will only get builders and developers part of the way to affordability. Disruptive deals to engage local property owners in enlightened self-interest will also need to happen.

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Leadership 07.15.22

An Affordable Home, By Any Other Name ... And The Challenge Of '22

Is a widening "haves-vs.-have nots" gap defensible, or even good common business sense? If not, then, we're all in the affordable housing business.

Mining City-Centric Scattered Lots As A Scalable Production Play

Leadership 06.13.22

Mining City-Centric Scattered Lots As A Scalable Production Play

Tampa-based 3rd-generation homebuilding visionary Sharon McSwain's Domain Homes proves out an inner-ring lot financial acquisition model with vertical construction on the back end.