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Scott_Sanders
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Make sure your new sustainable project receives a fair valuation

Couple with construction manager wearing a hard hat
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Custom home builders share how managing client expectations can eliminate drama and create a better customer experience

Top down view of Kitchen sink

True to his nature, builder Nick Schiffer immediately said, “Of course we can build a wood dish-drying rack that would drain into the sink,” then set about researching the best way to do it (Photos: Sabrina Cole Quinn Photography).

 

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A craftsman's use of social media puts him on the map

Exterior, dusk, of hillside home in Phoenix, Ariz. by Cullum Homes

This hillside house in Phoenix built by Cullum Homes at The Estates at Paradise Reserve won Custom Home of the Year from the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona. Cullum also built the adjacent subdivision, The Village at Paradise Reserve, using a new model of unitized pricing to build out both. Photo: NCKX Photography

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Two custom builders seek to improve margins: one by unitizing pricing relationships with trades, the other by pursuing a coveted homebuyer group

Girl looking into the woods from  floor to ceiling windows

(Photos: Tzu Chen)

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A creative duo's partnership is driven by client needs, site specifics, and school schedules

Builder getting hammered by a customer

Photo: Auremar/123RF

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Custom home builders share the red flags they look for when screening clients and deciding whether to keep them or let them go

Jim Murphy
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Guaranteed maximum price contracts require a true team effort and an open-book policy

Nie Homes, Prairie Style modernism

Nies Homes has ventured into contemporary design via Prairie Style modernism. (Photos: Shane Organ).

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A Wichita family builder beats succession-planning odds and channels the signature modern style in the Midwest for a new generation.

meeting epiphany
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Look at meetings as an honor and opportunity to take your company to the next level.

Courtesy COO Creative Common
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The synthesis between architects and custom builders can be like oil and water. With intersecting yet disparate goals, it's a wonder architect and builder get along at all, much less come up with a finished custom home at the end of the process.

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A scientist and an accountant combine their varied skills in a sustainable building company

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