China's Real Property Problem ... As China slows down, leaders in Beijing are understandably turning to one of their favored growth stabilizers: housing.
We recently reported on the Custom 30 Foot House by Colorado's Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, a towable dwelling that's on the larger side for such homes, at 9.1 m (30 ft) long. For those who like their tiny homes supersized, the firm recently followed-
The housing and mortgage evangelists on CNBC and Fox Business are going to have to rewrite their "2015 is going to be a big year for housing!" meme. Nirvana it isn't.
Among the challenges that growing city populations face are climate change, social alienation, limited resources and urbanization.
Exclusive: WinSun China builds world's first 3D printed villa and tallest 3D printed apartment building
While a record amount of ink has been spilled praising the benefits of plunging crude price on the US consumer, so far this has manifested merely in soaring consumer confidence, if not in an actual boost to retail sales.
Back in 2012, we reported on Version.2 by Canadian small living firm Leaf House, which is headed by Laird Herbert. Now Herbert is back with a new and improved tiny home that he intends to use as a case study for small living in cold climates.
For the first time since the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis China may fail to meet its real GDP growth target for a given year, which in 2014 was set at 7.5 percent.
Peter Schiff- Fed-Propped Oil Prices Tumble. Stocks and Real Estate Next.
An unusual home taking shape inside General Motors' sprawling Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant is intended to be part of a movement to rebuild the city's economy and deteriorating, disappearing housing stock.
Dutch construction firm Heijmans recently took the wraps off a new prototype prefabricated house that it plans to install in underused city areas and rent out to single young professionals as a starter home.
Architecture firm Snøhetta has put its stamp on some pretty high profile places, with some very high profile projects: The Oslo Opera House, of course, and the National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion in New York City.
Back in September, we reported on Vo Trong Nghia Architects' ongoing effort to produce a suitable home for Vietnam's poor.
It is now legal to steal your home, even if its fully paid for, according to the 8th District Court of AppealsEntered By: Dave Hodges
Tiny houses, entrepreneurship, and regulation
Let's see. Between July 2007 and January 2009, the median US residential housing price plunged from $230k to $165k or by 30%. That must have been some kind of super "tax cut".
One-year retroactive extension covers 2014 deals.