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About 15 years ago, the California-based builder Wathen Castanos Homes agreed to be a “guinea pig” for testing the construction of a single home...

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After hitting a low of 10% in the first quarter of 2020, the share of adults planning a home purchase within a year rose for five consecutive...

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New home sales jumped in September fueled by solid demand, low existing inventory and the possibility of higher mortgage rates.

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In the first quarter of 2018, only 15% of prospective buyers were looking for a newly built home.

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The modest calming of the housing market that began late in the summer has continued into early fall, the latest market report from Zillow shows.

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On this episode, Gene Frogale, president of Annandale Millwork and Allied Systems in Winchester, Virginia, and the newly instated president of SBCA,...

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Some items may see some moderation in coming weeks, both Justin Binning and Ken Timmins agree there may be deals to be had in the short term.

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Record-breaking heat in the U.S. in 2021 endangered millions of workers exposed to heat illness and injury in both indoor and outdoor work...

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For the sixth time in seven years, a federal workplace inspection has found a Roselle construction contractor putting workers at risk of serious...

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For the 11th consecutive fiscal year, Fall Protection – General Requirements is OSHA’s most frequently cited standard, the agency...

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By the time the average residential build is complete, 140 people will set foot on the job-site.

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Doug Parker is OSHA’s first Senate-confirmed leader in nearly five years, after his nomination for assistant labor secretary was approved with a...

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