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What’s Up With Housing?

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“Invisible Sustainability,” the blending of sustainable design principles with an aesthetic that is rigorously minimal.
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The share of self-employed construction workers remains high, even as housing recovers.
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Flood insurance got more expensive this month, and it may become even pricier depending on how Congress handles the July 31 deadline to address the National Flood Insurance Program.
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It’s important to vet your subcontractors well, as you may end up paying for their potential default or mistakes.  These best practices can help ensure you have the right pros working for you.
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Homeless VetsFlorida Receiving $567,928 to Help Homeless Vets.
HUD and the VA will provide housing vouchers to help 5,211 U.S. veterans nationwide find a home. In Florida, 13 agencies across the state will split the funding.
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Suburban municipalities can help pave the way for new development by making zoning adjustments that ensure density.
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Recent Housing News

Sustainable HomesAnother Inconvenient Truth. It’s time to get past the ‘home buyers won’t pay for it’ mindset when it comes to making homes sustainable … they are paying for it, now or later.

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Number of First-Time Home Buyers FallsNumber of First-Time Home Buyers Falls to Lowest Levels in Three Decades. Figure represents third straight annual decline and lowest percentage since 1987

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Millennials Living at HomMillennials Are Just as Likely to Live With Parents as to Own a Home

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Groovy New Tiny House with Full-Size Appliances Can Sleep 8Groovy New Tiny House with Full-Size Appliances Can Sleep 8.  Remember the Escape Traveler, the fab new mobile tiny home with major amenities like a full-size oven and bathtub? Well, the maker of the Escape Traveler has just launched an even more spacious version.

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Construction Forecast 2016Chief economists for the NAHB, ABC and AIA offer mostly optimistic views for 2016.
*A 7.4% growth in nonresidential construction in 2016  *Big growth in the single-family sector due to pent-up demand.
*Improving job market

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First Time BuyersZillow offers up an analysis of just who exactly today’s First-Time Home buyer is, and finds that they’re typically older, focused on condos, and increasingly able to score a loan with a lower credit score.

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