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5 Ways Your Home Is Changing
Dated: April 2 2014
Leading into the recession, while every other industry seemed to be getting smarter and more efficient, the homebuilding industry seemed to grow dumber and more wasteful than ever before: Bloated floor plans that were difficult to furnish, uncomfortable to live in, and expensive to heat and cool seemed to be the default in an industry on auto-pilot. But the housing crisis and ensuing recession made the entire industry stop and think.
Now, as we turn the page on the recession and look to the future, the question is, Have we learned from our mistakes and are we better for our quiet time? It has been said that housing led us into the recession and housing will lead us out. Here are five trends from today's homebuilding industry and a snapshot of what is to come.
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For Mark Ross, founder of Ross NW Real Estate and professional real estate broker, real estate has always been the career of choice. During his 30 years in the industry, Mark has gained experience in ....
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