Vacant lots being sold by city of Jackson for home construction

Vacant lots being sold by city of Jackson for home construction

JACKSON, MI – Residents and developers looking for space to build new homes can now consider properties in the city of Jackson. The city’s Property Sales Program has expanded to include buildable lots, which are vacant lots or a combination of properties large enough to accommodate new construction of a single-family home or multi-residential complex,

Buncombe County has an average new construction value of 7,573

Buncombe County has an average new construction value of $247,573

Rising real estate prices and interest rate hikes have finally started to bring balance back to the residential market this year. But while demand is falling off, the U.S. still has a major need for new homes, which could create plenty of opportunity for residential builders. One of the major factors that contributed to the

Buying an Income Property? Why Now’s a Good Time to Look at New Construction

Buying an Income Property? Why Now’s a Good Time to Look at New Construction

The great thing about investing in real estate is that it can lead to a steady stream of passive income. And while there are different ways to achieve that goal (for example, loading up on real estate investment trusts, or REITs), one tried-and-true strategy has long been to purchase income properties. Income properties offer real

Manufacton Strengthens its Offsite Construction Platform with Enhanced QA/QC Workflow

Manufacton Strengthens its Offsite Construction Platform with Enhanced QA/QC Workflow

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Manufacton by ViZZ Technologies, the leading offsite construction platform, today announces the introduction of a stronger, more detailed Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) workflow to its cloud-based software. This latest enhancement of the overall product offering better integrates compliance and quality into ongoing processes. With the new QA/QC workflow, offsite production teams have

Drought, new construction posing challenges to well drillers

Drought, new construction posing challenges to well drillers

FRANKLIN COUNTY, N.C. — At the start of July, every county in North Carolina was experiencing some level of drought. Things have improved, but the dry conditions are still causing challenges for people who rely on well water, and it’s also creating more work for well drilling companies.   What You Need To Know  Drought

Governor Hochul Announces Start of Construction on  Million Mixed-Use Development in Franklin County

Governor Hochul Announces Start of Construction on $22 Million Mixed-Use Development in Franklin County

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that construction has begun on a mixed-use development with 40 affordable apartments and five commercial spaces in the Franklin County Village of Malone. The $22 million Harison Place will have on-site support services for 20 households experiencing homelessness. The complex replaces a row of blighted buildings on Main Street in

New Construction Falls in June as Higher Prices, Mortgage Rates Hit Housing Market | Economy

New Construction Falls in June as Higher Prices, Mortgage Rates Hit Housing Market | Economy

New home construction slumped in June as both housing permits and new home starts fell from May levels, the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development reported on Tuesday. Permits came in at 1.685 million, down 0.6% from the revised May reading of 1.695 million while starts fell 2% to 1.559 million,

New home construction and builder confidence plunge

New home construction and builder confidence plunge

Home builders are hitting the brakes as building costs rise and prospective buyers get priced out of the market. June housing starts, a measure of new home construction during the month, fell 2% month-over-month and 6.3% from a year ago, according to the US Census Bureau. Meanwhile, a separate survey released Monday found builder confidence

New Home Construction Keeps Sinking As Housing Market Demand ‘Quickly’ Dries Up

New Home Construction Keeps Sinking As Housing Market Demand ‘Quickly’ Dries Up

Topline New housing starts unexpectedly plunged more than economists projected in June as home builders grappled with the effects of rising interest rates curbing demand for new homes, according to data released Tuesday, adding to signs of an abrupt turnaround in the booming housing market. Plummeting mortgage applications suggest construction of single-family homes could crater

Big Denver housing construction proposals slowed way down when a new affordable housing rule kicked in

Big Denver housing construction proposals slowed way down when a new affordable housing rule kicked in

Four Habitat for Humanity houses, three of which include ADUs. A Chipotle on Tower Road. Those were the only five documented concept plans submitted to Denver Community Planning and Development in the first seven days after the launch of the city’s Expanding Housing Affordability program. Another had been submitted but not fully processed. So far,