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Homebuilding permits and starts have doubled on the north coast of Florida since 2012.
The “portal frame” method for bracing walls against wind and earthquake is still practical, following a series of changes in the fine points of the code.
Real estate data-crunching firm CoreLogic has released its 2014 analysis of flood risk to homes on the Atlantic and Gulf seaboard.
Rhode Island is joining many other states in a move to require builders and remodelers to study up on their profession.
A Connecticut news site wonders why flood-resistant provisions are required in some Connecticut coastal remodels, but wind-resistant improvements aren’t.
Boston, Mass.-based developer/builder PlaceTailor likes to innovate. Here’s one small example: a clever way to make drainable strapping for a rainscreen siding detail.
Almost 1,600 houses in Florida’s Manatee and Sarasota counties sit empty because the owners have given up and moved out, but the bank has failed to take control.
Delaware lawmakers have capped reimbursement to health care providers in comp claims, hoping to halt double-digit rate increases.
A Texas Tribune investigative series casts a harshly critical eye on the state’s lack of safety practices to protect construction workers.
South Carolina’s thousands of homeowner associations should be reined in, some homeowners and legislators are saying.
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