National Association of Home Builders

Do Green Homeowners Have Buyer's Remorse?
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Do Green Homeowners Have Buyer's Remorse?

A new study of NGBS-certified homeowners shows that very few regret their purchase. More

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Green Power to the People Green Power to the People

No longer just high-end ticket items, sustainable strategies are cropping up in affordable multifamily projects. More

Enter the 2012 Best in American Living Awards
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Enter the 2012 Best in American Living Awards

The NAHB currently is accepting submissions for its 2012 Best in American Living... More

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Green Building Continues to Impact Residential Market

Sustainable building in the market for single-family homes should contintue to increase, offering builders and remodelers who can keep pace the opportunity to boost business during a period of slow recovery, a new report from McGraw-Hill finds. More

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A Passion for Performance A Passion for Performance

DOE's Sam Rashkin receives The 2012 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing. More

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National Green Building Award Winners Named

Eight sustainable projects from across the country were honored as winners of the NAHB’s National Green Building Awards. More

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Green Homes Seen as a Good Deal

Quality and value are driving growth in the green building market, study shows. More

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Where Are New-Home Sizes Going?

Much has been made of the death of the McMansion, but new trends are questioning whether that pronouncement was made too early. More

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Eight Design Trends for Fresh Elevations, Updated Interiors Eight Design Trends for Fresh Elevations, Updated Interiors

Cost-effective and beautiful, the latest trend in home design is a return to simplicity. More

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The Invisibly Universal House

Two sisters—a builder and an academic specializing in universal design—have built a gold standard for accessible housing. More

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