A group of seniors in St. John’s got a lesson during a reading on Friday about how to live in their homes — for longer. Author Lyndsay Green was in the city launching her new book, The Perfect Home for a Long Life. Green stated her book touches on the different options available to seniors, and that housing is not often a ‘one size fits all’ kind of problem.
Ten million people use London’s transport system. How will it cope with another million? Philippa Stockley asks architectural expert and author Peter Murray what London can do to prepare for the future Architectural expert and author Peter Murray thinks London needs better infrastructure if it is to cope with population growth Peter Murray is a British architect and author.
By Brent Nyitray, Sr Real Estate Analyst • Apr 16, 2013 3:52 pm • BX • LEN • NVR • TOL • XHB Housing starts are a critical predictor of future homebuilder sales Housing starts are released jointly by the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
SINGAPORE- Even as changes are being rolled out to meet the housing needs of Singaporeans of today, National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan is casting his eye on the desired future of public housing in the decades to come. After announcing several policy shifts during the debate on his ministry’s spending on Friday, a philosophical Mr Khaw turned to what he stated were fundamental questions about housing policy in light of “significant demographic and economic changes”.
U.S. stock futures were littlechanged, indicating the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 Indexwill remain near a five-year high, after government data showedbuilders broke ground on the most single-family homes in morethan four years. Apple Inc. fell 0.9 percent after Foxconn Technology Group,the biggest assembler of Apple products, froze hiring acrossChina.
Victory Housing Trust general view of housing Richard Wheeler Thursday, February 14, 2013 Proposals for up to 3,520 houses on farm land north of Norwich are too huge in scale, will be built too quickly and in the wrong place, councillors heard last night.
Blaenavon sheltered housing scheme to be demolished 12:20pm Sunday 13th January 2013 in News A SHELTERED housing scheme in Blaenavon is to be demolished.
MBA describes the current say of the GSEs in government conservatorship as both unique and unsustainable in the long-term. The “implicit” federal government guarantee historically enjoyed by the GSE changed when they entered into conservatorship in 2008 to an explicit one through a funding agreement with the U.S.
Related Content Builder confidence in the market for newly built, single-family homes rose for a fifth consecutive month in September to a level of 40 on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI), released today. The three-point rise brought the index to its highest point since June 2006.
Commenting on today’s announcement from No.10 on housebuilding, Paul Gamble, Chief Executive of Habinteg said: “We know from the amount of demand we have for Habinteg’s wheel chair accessible properties just how hard it is for many disabled people to find suitable inexpensive accommodation.