Peralta Vista is the first project of Isola Communities and HercuTech together Home Construction Begins at Peralta Vista in Mesa, AZ Home Construction Begins at Peralta Vista in Mesa, AZ MESA, Ariz., May 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Isola Communities, a leading Seattle-based multifamily developer, and Tempe-based HercuTech have launchedRead More →

With over 40 years of industry experience, structural defect warranty specialist Advantage Home Construction Insurance (AHCI) has expanded to Northern Ireland This decision follows the opening of the Advantage office in London last year. The company, which is headquartered in Warrington, also has offices in Birmingham and Huddersfield. David Sumner,Read More →

Ann Arbor’s Homepoint launched the Homepoint New Build program to connect regional homebuilders across the country with access to capital to increase new home construction. // Image bank Homepoint, a subsidiary of Home Point Capital Inc. and an Ann Arbor-based mortgage originator and manager, in partnership with Level Capital, announcedRead More →

WINNEBAGO, Neb. – As Winnebago’s Ho-Chunk Village nears capacity, a new version of the development that has transformed the north side of the city has been launched. Aptly named Ho-Chunk Village 2.0, the 40-acre development will contain the same mix of residential, commercial and light industrial buildings found in theRead More →

Numbers: U.S. homebuilders began building homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 1.77 million in February, up 6.8% from revised figures for the previous month, reported Thursday the US Census Bureau. Compared to February 2021, housing starts increased by 22%. Meanwhile, permits for new homes came in atRead More →

Numbers: U.S. homebuilders began building homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 1.77 million in February, up 6.8% from revised figures for the previous month, reported Thursday the US Census Bureau. Compared to February 2021, housing starts increased by 22%. Meanwhile, permits for new homes came in atRead More →

New home construction in Canada is slowing, but remains above pre-pandemic levels. Data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) shows new housing starts slowed in January 2022. The number of new homes to begin construction fell below last year’s level . Financial institutions expect this to continue forRead More →

Construction of new homes in the United States fell in January for the first time in four months, indicating that pandemic-related labor absences have tempered recent gains in construction activity. Residential housing starts fell 4.1% last month to an annualized rate of 1.64 million, according to government data released Thursday.Read More →

Numbers: Homebuilders in the United States began building homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 1.64 million in January, down about 4% from the previous month, the US reported Thursday. Census Bureau. Compared to January 2021, however, housing starts increased by almost 1%. Permits for new homes cameRead More →

Developer Urban Village Healthcare has started construction of a purpose-built £12.6million care home with assisted living facilities in the West Midlands. Main contractor Sandycroft Construction has started work on the site of the Randlay development in Telford on behalf of the Birmingham-based developer, part of Urban Village Group. The developmentRead More →

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development has set aside over R13 million to construct a fully fledged retirement home at KwaSwayimane under uMshwathi Municipality, KZN Midlands. The construction of the retirement home follows an appeal by senior citizens to the social development MEC, Nonhlanhla Khoza. The area has been plaguedRead More →

New council members look forward to positive housing strategies following Mayor Todd Gloria’s State of the City Address focusing on housing supply California from San Diego– Incoming Building Industry Association (BIA) Board Chairman John La Raia brings an optimistic outlook for homebuilding in 2022. La Raia has taken over theRead More →

BRATTLEBORO — Citing the proposal’s failure to meet zoning district standards, the Development Review Board denied an application to build a single-family home at 55 Black Mountain Road. Wednesday’s decision will not be finalized until it is reviewed by council chairwoman Maya Hasegawa in the coming weeks, zoning administrator BrianRead More →

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Biden is donating 400 million N95 masks — here’s how to expand their use and recycle them Even when disposable seems safer, it can be difficult for Americans who generally recycle to accept so much mask waste. Read more Forget dogs and catsRead More →

The housing market has exploded in 2021 as few would have expected. What’s on the horizon in 2022? Home prices are at record highs and many policy makers and industry professionals have begun to look to construction to ease shortages. Of course, the construction industry has faced pressing challenges, includingRead More →

HHousing experts see continued strong demand throughout this decade for Joplin, and they recommend doubling down on construction. City officials this week received the results of a comprehensive housing market analysis commissioned from a Philadelphia firm, Urban Partners. The results were discussed Monday at a Joplin City Council business meeting.Read More →

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – The construction boom in the Pikes Peak area broke records in 2021 with thousands of new homes built in the past 12 months. The Pikes Peak Regional Building Department has issued permits for construction projects worth $4.3 billion, and there’s no sign of that trend slowingRead More →

December 24, 2021 To make housing affordable in San Diego, the local government must privatize the licensing process, waive the exorbitant permit fees associated with building ancillary housing, and encourage the construction of affordable housing projects by reducing the cost of construction. House prices in San Diego rose 15.4% yearRead More →

A house under construction in California. Photo via Wikimedia Commons To make housing affordable in San Diego, the local government must privatize the licensing process, waive the exorbitant permit fees associated with building ancillary housing, and encourage the construction of affordable housing projects by reducing the cost of construction. HouseRead More →

By MATT OTT, AP Business Writer SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) – New home construction in the United States rebounded 11.8% in November, as strong demand continued to boost builder confidence even as the slower winter season approached. The double-digit percentage increase last month left homebuilding at a seasonally adjusted annualRead More →

Demand for condominiums, especially new developments, has increased in Connecticut at a time when the rate of multi-family home construction has plummeted, industry professionals have said. Much of that demand has come from homeowners who have downsized to take advantage of the booming housing market, real estate agents said. InRead More →

The pace of homebuilding in the Colorado Springs area fell in November for the fourth month in a row, a likely byproduct of builders who slowed production because they run out of materials and supplies and failed. enough workers. “Product availability and labor,” said Chad Thurber, president of local builderRead More →