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Quartz Project to Offer Open Data for Greener Construction
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Quartz Project to Offer Open Data for Greener Construction

The Quartz Project, debuted in late October, is an open dataset that promotes the... More

Key Findings From the 2015 Green and Healthier Homes Report
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Key Findings From the 2015 Green and Healthier Homes Report

Builders are increasingly committed in to green building, according to a McGraw... More

An Overview of Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study
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An Overview of Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study

Metrostudy has just completed its latest study, covering homebuilder projects all... More

Healthy Home Perception by Year Built and US Region
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Healthy Home Perception by Year Built and US Region

A homeowner's perception of the overall health of their home varies by region and... More

Census Remodeling Data Shows Homeowners Head Toward Energy Efficiency
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Census Remodeling Data Shows Homeowners Head Toward Energy Efficiency

Recently released data from the 2013 American Housing Survey highlights homeowners... More

Six Energy Star Appliances More Common in New than Existing Homes
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Six Energy Star Appliances More Common in New than Existing Homes

Which Energy Star Certified appliances are taking over the new American home? ... More

New-Home Trends by the Numbers
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New-Home Trends by the Numbers

A new report from the US Census Bureau shows new homes have more bedrooms,... More

Home Buyers Consider Sustainable Features to be "Very Important"
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Home Buyers Consider Sustainable Features to be "Very Important"

The National Association of Realtors recently looked at what features home buyers... More

Vision 2020: A Sustainable Future Requires Key Financial Building Blocks
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Vision 2020: A Sustainable Future Requires Key Financial Building Blocks

We need to build a broad financial platform for the rapid adoption of energy... More

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Housing Starts Exceeded Expectations in December

Housing permits continued to inch up last month, reaching the highest level seen since July 2008. More

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