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A federal appeals court ruling strips Arizona of its authority to issue water discharge permits, a move that an attorney for homebuilders said could paralyze development in the state.
NEW YORK - Green building as a cause has united disparate parties from environmental groups to big business to policymakers, but one key industry has struggled to react to the change in public sentiment.
Engle Homes is offering $30,000 in upgrades including custom-built entertainment systems or landscaping.
June 21, 2004
Gilbert is on pace this year to issue the most single-family home-building permits in its history.
The housing market decline has Valley builders slashing production, but some out-of-area developers see the slump as an ideal chance to expand into Arizona — though it means taking risks.
NEW YORK - Stocks slid further Monday as Wall Street absorbed a gloomy outlook for the banking sector as well as bleak news from the National Association of Homebuilders. The Standard & Poor's 500 index and the Dow Jones industrial average each lost more than 1.5 percent, with the Dow down more than 200 points.
Tempe-based T.W. Lewis is the sole recipient of the 2009 National Housing Quality Gold Award.
Their houses may look a bit odd to the neighbors, but those who build environment-friendly “green” residences are the ones chuckling.
DETROIT - Pulte Homes on Wednesday swung to a third-quarter loss, hurt by a hefty impairment charge, as the struggling homebuilder’s land lost value amid flagging demand for real estate.
A Pennsylvania-based homebuilder who jumped into the Valley market in late 2005 has pulled up stakes and left the state - scrapping plans for a 267-home subdivision in Gilbert.
Homebuyers would get an automatic 10-year warranty on houses they purchase under the terms of an initiative drive launched Wednesday.
Buyers welcome. That’s the message the East Valley’s new home market is starting to send to people looking to buy homes, especially those who held back as prices escalated to new records.
WASHINGTON - As the list of ailing companies seeking government help grows, it is anybody’s guess where the Treasury Department’s largesse will stop. The $700 billion bailout bill is so vague that virtually any U.S. company could be eligible for government help.
U.S. homebuilders broke the 1 million mark in March for the first time since June 2008. The gain signals continued strength for the housing recovery at the start of the spring buying season.
August 23, 2004
The nation’s fastest-growing town may start growing at an even quicker pace.
Brushing aside concerns of endangering species, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Arizona is entitled to keep issuing water discharge permits in the state.
NEW YORK - The stock market has reacted well to the recent stream of glum earnings. But this week, Wall Street faces an even bigger flood of first-quarter results, and as General Electric Co.’s bleak report earlier this month showed, bad earnings can even hurt a stock market with low expectations.
With construction spending in the United States surging to its highest level on record in August, the U.S. Department of Commerce is grappling with a serious side effect of the boom — higher prices and shortages of construction materials.
October 16, 2004
By pricing their energy-efficient homes aggressively, two East Valley men have developed a business partnership in combination with their friendship.
With energy prices on the rise, more builders are turning to energy-efficient house designs that are both good for the environment and the wallet.
In a brutally competitive housing market, real estate agents and builders have been clamoring to find the next great marketing tool to draw in buyers.
In Tempe homebuilder Ira Fulton's world, one university building named after you is not enough. In June, Fulton gave $50 million to Arizona State University. In turn, they named the engineering school after him.