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Kitchen & Bathroom Essentials, According to Homeowners

Kitchen & Bathroom Essentials, According to Homeowners

Kitchen & bathroom essentials, according to homeowners Homeowners expect newly constructed homes to have outstanding bathrooms and kitchens, with all the essentials they expect. But how do they define essentials, and what do they expect? Let’s look at what homeowners said were essential in their kitchen and bathroom, according to an NAHB survey. Kitchen essentials […]

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Supply Shortages: How to Strategize and Stay on Top

Supply Shortages: How to Strategize and Stay on Top

Supply shortages: How to strategize and stay on top One of the challenges from the pandemic that the US economy can’t seem to shake is supply-chain shortages. From shortages of lumber and appliances to shipping interruptions, many sectors of the US economy simply haven’t been able to keep up with consumer demand as the pandemic […]

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Something to Smile About: New Construction Is Popular

Something to Smile About: New Construction Is Popular

Something to smile about: New construction is popular A recent study from the National Association of Home Builders found that 60% of buyers would prefer a new construction home to an existing one. In a time when housing can be a flashpoint for buyers, this is news for builders to smile about. Let’s look at […]

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5 Reasons to Switch to 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty

5 Reasons to Switch to 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty

5 reasons to switch to 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty As a successful builder, you have high-quality houses to build, a reputation to protect, and buyers to entice. As you pursue those goals, you’re looking to make the biggest profit while mitigating the risks inherent in home building. What if you could do all of those […]

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An Easy Way to Increase the Value of Your Homes

An Easy Way to Increase the Value of Your Homes

An easy way to increase the value of your homes Despite a relative lull in builder confidence, builders are in a decent position overall. Demand is high. More buyers are considering new construction than ever before. And market conditions mean there’s good money to be had. Today, let’s look at one of the easiest ways […]

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The Slow, Steady Decline of Builder Confidence

The Slow, Steady Decline of Builder Confidence

The slow, steady decline of builder confidence Over the past year or so, builder confidence has soared. In November 2020, it reached a peak of 90 (out of 100, with anything over 50 representing overall positive sentiment). But recently, the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) noted a downward trend in builder confidence. Let’s look […]

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