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Category Archives: New Homes

Houzz Tour: A ‘Love Shack’ Built for a 20th Wedding Anniversary Click above link for full story A nice bathroom was a priority in this tiny home in New York. Plywood feature walls and colorful cement tile add style

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Homebuilder sentiment rises in May thanks to strong demand and tight housing supply

Source: CNBC Strong demand and a slim supply of affordable, existing homes for sale has the nation’s homebuilders feeling better about their business. A monthly index of builder sentiment rose 2 points in May, 1 point higher than analysts expected. … Continue reading

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Could YIMBY be the new NIMBY?

  Source: Builder Magazine Developers, builders, manufacturers, and investors have tried to change the narrative for years now. More housing would make for more affordable housing, rejuvenated communities, and a workforce of people who could and would support city and … Continue reading

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Dying malls could help ease housing crisis

Source: Los Angeles Times As housing shortages persist, developers are eyeing old shopping malls—which often include large parcels of land—for redevelopment into residential projects. In California, which is suffering from severely tight housing inventory, developers are jumping on the trend. … Continue reading

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Economist warns that buyers face increasing troubles

Source: CNBC From a broad view, the U.S. housing market looks very healthy. Demand is high, employment and wages are growing, and mortgage rates are low. But the nation’s housing market is assuredly unhealthy; in fact, it is increasingly mismatched … Continue reading

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From ‘Not in my backyard’ to ‘Yes in my backyard’

Source: The Atlantic Real-estate developers are not popular with most of the American public. A recent Stanford paper found that people like developers only slightly more than they like corporate executives. Many progressives object to developers’ business model, which depends … Continue reading

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The Next Shortage Facing Young Homebuyers: Good Schools

Source: Bloomberg One effect of the U.S. housing market crash was to cripple homebuilders and their lenders, forcing construction workers to find jobs in other fields. Today, homebuyers have returned to the market in full force, but the lack of … Continue reading

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Is more urban sprawl the solution to California’s housing crisis?

Source: Orange County Register In a state where vacant homes and apartments are scarce and where rents and house prices are out of control, state leaders and experts have proposed a host of solutions. Build more homes, build them in … Continue reading

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Experts: Spring home-buying season starts off with a bang

But first-time buyers face headwinds from high prices Source: Housingwiring The spring home-buying season is in full swing and it started off with a bang. Home prices increased in February to a new high for the fourth consecutive month, according to the … Continue reading

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Why new homes are about to get pricier

Source: Builder With the cost of building materials jumping 25 percent year over year, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, builders are increasingly concerned about how this will affect home buyers in the … Continue reading

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