Just because you’re new, doesn’t mean you have to sound like it. Here’s how to market yourself effectively — even if you just passed the test
by Christy Murdock Edgar | Oct 24
The homebuilding company and online retailer are partnering to put smart home tech into thousands of new homes, starting with model ones
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 9
MIT wants its AutoSaw to give people without carpentry skills the ability to make wares that fit their house or apartment. It can even build a full shed.
by Veronika Bondarenko | Mar 7
There needs to be a shift in government policy so that we can make it easier for builders to do what they do best
by Matthew Gardner | Jul 18
Keep in contact several times a year
by Nick Najjar | Jun 14
The site of Ashby tower still sits vacant in Houston
by Britt Chester | Mar 31

My beloved business partner of 20 years kept a few cartoons on her office door. The top one had a living room scene with a middle-aged couple on a sofa and opposite chair. The wife is speaking, and her caption: “Harold, I married you for your money. Where is it?”

by Lou Barnes | Feb 19
I call BS on traditional networking events
by Melinda Goodwin | Jan 5
Make sure city officials hear your voice on the topic
by Deidre Woollard | Dec 4
Layers of security are imperative to managing your risk
by Robert Siciliano | Dec 2
Save yourself a headache by having a system in place
by Mark Lee | Nov 20
Thank goodness for the brokers who manage expectations
by Bernice Ross | Nov 16
Consumers willing to pay premium to rent brand-new properties present prime opportunity, industry analyst says
by Erik Pisor | Aug 5
Stay tuned, it's all about to change
by Steve Cook | Jul 20