Today’s great business leaders are masters of thinking several moves ahead. 

Raucous Orange, Quixotic Plum, and Relic Bronze are some of the bold colors that will be most popular on residential door exteriors in 2014.
These four classic architectural styles consistently hit the sweet spot of custom-home buyers.
Site characteristics shaped the design of these two houses, which have spectacular views of water, hills, and valleys from every room.
A new study conducted by GuildQuality shows that homeowners who purchased a National Green Building Standard-certified home in the past three years are happy they did.
Word of mouth will always be the holy grail of marketing, but custom home builders can do more to find prospects than just wait for past clients to pass their business card.
Professional Builder is currently accepting submissions for its 2014 Housing Giants survey, which ranks the largest home builders in the residential construction industry by home-building revenue and closings.
Some states levying additional fees for customers with PVs
EPA looking to control small bodies of water; OSHA moving against combustible dust
Are severe storms pulling more demand for hardier building materials?
These three infill projects are respectful of the surrounding architecture and bring new vigor to long-established neighborhoods. 

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Submitted Video: Habitat for Humanity's Builders Blitz Day 4 - Gideon Pointe neighborhood
Submitted Video: Habitat for Humanity's Builders Blitz Day 4 - Summit County, Ohio Projects
Submitted Video: Habitat for Humanity's Builders Blitz Day 5 - Narrow-Lot Townhome Development
Submitted Video: Habitat for Humanity's Builders Blitz Day 4 - Gideon Pointe neighborhood
Tapco Group's Kelly Warren talks with Bob Calhoun, executive director of Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity, about the 40-home Gideon Pointe neighborhood under construction by Habitat for Humanity in Wilmington, N.C.

March 2014

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Beyond the Business Card

Mark Richardson: Chess Moves

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Armstrong offers these crushed limestone-composite tiles as an alternative to natural stone and ceramic tile.

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Today’s great business leaders are masters of thinking several moves ahead.