June data from Meyers Research showed a solid increase in new home sales across many top markets in the country. On a national level, new home sales rose to an average of 2.23 sales per community, up 4.2% compared to...
The SURE House, winner of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015, was designed by the Stevens Institute of Technology to meet the needs of middle-and-working class residents in New York and New Jersey who experienced severe damage from...
Though investing in a high-quality natural wood flooring will most likely have a high initial price, it will surely cost you less over time.
Concrete is one of the best materials for resilient, durable and energy efficient structures and buildings over their life cycle.
Municipal regulations meant to protect the environment and the town’s water supply often inadvertently stymie outdoor additions and improvements.
You may need a professional to help you to assess the soil in the area you plan to build the wall.
New Zealanders want reliable and independent assurance that they are buying and building, healthier homes.
In today’s real estate market, the increasing number of homes with green or energy efficient features has compounded the research issue for many appraisers.
Registration is open for the annual Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. Greenbuild is presented by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and owned by Informa Exhibitions.
Unfortunately, not all wood flooring meets environmental criteria.
Don't miss this chance to be recognized as one of the nation's leading builders.
Beginning in early 2018, GBCI Canada will deliver all of the current and future GBCI offerings.
The company designed this option for experienced builders or future buyers outside its core Bay Area geography.
On June 1, the U.S. Census Bureau released the 2016 Characteristics of New Housing Report, which provides annual statistics on the characteristics of new privately owned residential structures by census region.
A typical Passive House uses 80 per cent less energy than standard practice.
Previously, architects and general contractors were faced with conflicting information and no single authority about membranes and spray foam insulation.
As Frank Lloyd Wright put it, architects must be able to see the future to do their jobs properly. After all, it’s their job — along with designers, builders, and other stakeholders — to provide direction and creativity in the world of residential real estate.
There are ways to diminish your energy expenses while keeping your house cool.
When completed, the project will be among the largest rooftop installations in the New York City area.
Prosumers are growing in the energy space as more Americans generate their own power from distributed energy resources.