“Caspar Creek Farm”: Secluded, yet convenient to Mendocino or Fort Bragg with ocean view and breath taking sunsets from the property. A world class workshop designed by Verdier architects with radiant in-floor heat, glass doors, sky lights, and full bath, perfect for an artist to live and work in. One of the last large parcels, […]
RISMEDIAJanuary 18, 2011—Housing will see gradual improvements in activity this year as the nation’s economy and job market continue to move to higher ground, establishing momentum that will produce more considerable gains in 2012, according to economists who appeared at the NAHB International Builders’ Show in Orlando on January 12.
“This year’s spring selling season will be better than last year’s,” said NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe, with job growth providing a stronger stimulus in the housing market than last year’s tax credits for home buyers.
Crowe forecasted 575,000 single-family home starts in 2011, a 21% climb over an estimated 475,000 units started in 2010, which in turn showed a 7% gain from the 442,000 homes started in 2009.