Technology, flexible layouts and contemporary style are key to attracting young buyers, says BUILDER blogger Mary Cook.
Builders and developers—be it of single-family homes, multifamily apartments, or condominiums—must pay attention to interior design trends that have a direct impact on occupancy.
A new year always brings a new set of trends. This year, one trend stands out above all others in the housing industry—psychographics.
Gone are the days when commercial interior designers put color palettes, design styles and furnishings first. Mary Cook details her thoughts for the new 2019 trends.
This article discusses how linking your indoor space to your outdoor space has become a new trend. This trend is increasing wellness and the spirits of the homeowners.
Read about how smart home technology can make life easier for extended families living under one roof.
These trend-setting renters, including both singles and couples, were top of mind for a multifamily design in Frisco, TX, and the space reflects the social interaction and local connectivity that is important to this group.
Game-changers, especially in the housing market, can be devastating — a lesson learned from the 2008 mortgage crisis. A decade later, another major game-changer is coming our way, thanks to… Read More