Texas Top Home Builders – March 2016

With nearly 5,000 new residential construction permits on file with HBW for March, Texas home builders continue to take on new projects in the face of the oil slump. Despite the oil and labor challenges, Texas home builders were responsible … Continue reading

10 Ways to a More Sustainable Home

It’s Earth Day and a perfect time to explore ways to meet the demand and need for more sustainable living. Happy Earth Day!  Today is a great time to look at energy-saving products and services you can offer your clients … Continue reading

Florida Quarterly Residential Construction Review – First Quarter 2016

More than 15,700 housing starts are on file with HBW for Florida, reflecting a 34% increase in new residential construction in comparison to the first quarter of last year. A recent article in U.S. News highlighted the top 20 most … Continue reading

Metro Atlanta – Quarterly Home Building Report

In the first quarter of 2016, the Metro Atlanta area is solid with a 32% increase in housing starts in comparison to Q1 2015.   Metro Atlanta is having a great start to 2016 when it comes to residential construction.  … Continue reading

Texas Residential Construction Quarterly Report

With the closing of the first quarter, here’s a look at the highs and lows of residential construction in Texas.   HBW subscribers working with leads in Texas are already aware of the more than 15,000 new residential construction permits … Continue reading

Making the Most of Video Marketing

Earlier this year, we explored various ways that home builders can develop “explainer videos“.  At this point you may have developed those videos or are still on the fence about whether or not videos are a valuable marketing tool for … Continue reading

Swimming Pools Heating Up in Florida

The start of springtime has delivered higher temperatures to Florida, along with an increase in swimming pool construction. Since the start of the year, Florida has experienced an increase in swimming pool construction each month.  Last month, the state saw … Continue reading