Fungus can permanently damage homes, threaten occupant health
Green approach contributes efficiency, value, sustainability risk
Bringing in fresh, filtered air key to preventing problems
Study: Environmentally friendly features important in choosing where, what home to buy
Builders can step away from complicated technical jargon about smart home automation and introduce it for what it is: a lifestyle.
Solid foundation improves home's function
Each home was tested by an independent third party energy rater to develop a HERS Index score.
One of the last things on someone's mind when remodeling a home is what they should do with the old material.
Boston-based developer Freehold Communities has plans for eight communities nationwide, several of which are built around the concept of the "agrihood."
Upgrading your toilet to a new 1.28-gallon model is one of the quickest ways to save water in your home.
Stretched up like a vertical lantern toward the sky, the cabin becomes a recognizable symbol.
Geothermal heating and cooling eliminates the need for outdoor air conditioning units and reduces noise while allowing for more space for residents to enjoy the outdoors
Samsung anticipates technology to be game-changer
NGBS provides practices for the design, construction, and certification of green multifamily residential buildings.
A new home could offer flexibility and foresight into multi-generational living for little to no extra cost.
Does Your Neighborhood Have It All? The Top 25 for Affordable Homes, Highly Rated Schools, And an Easy Commute
More than half of the neighborhoods on Redfin’s list of neighborhoods that “have it all” are in the Chicago area.
The home’s finishes, features and functionality address a need for a bold new blend of form and function to inspire families.
Here's a look back at some of the top trends of the past year, based on our conversations with builders, architects, manufacturers and other professionals in the industry.
WalletHub compared the 100 biggest U.S. cities across 34 key metrics, including average monthly fitness-club fee and share of physically inactive adults.
Those who live in small homes -- usually 400 square feet or smaller -- make the tradeoff of size with other priorities in their life.