The incredibly detailed and insightful report by Swedish homelift company Aritco and forecaster Springwise lists 18 emerging tech innovations and an insightful view of how our lives at home may well be completely shifting in light of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021 and beyond.
The former NFL player is helping more than 5,000 students address their overwhelming debt with his real estate program Rona Proof.
Remote working has meant city centers have become deserted, but this transition has also meant a huge rise in people moving to smaller towns. New research explores some of the implications of this transition.
Community architect and design leader Katie Swenson, newly of MASS Design Group, is helping to redefine the creative process and design aesthetic of affordable housing with a goal for dignified homes for all.
The company’s CEO told reporters he would consider an IPO once the company reaches profitability.
For its inaugural incubator project, the nonprofit Black Artist + Designers Guild is envisioning the future of Black family living.
Today, Grace Farms released “Design For Freedom,” a report that calls to eradicate modern slavery in the architecture, construction and design industry.
An analysis of the president’s tax records show a decade of unsuccessful business activities in China.
At a time when evictions and mortgage defaults have been likened to an oncoming tsunami across America, a big-data study of loan-to-value ratios in the wake of the 2007-08 recession carries a cautionary forecast for vexing economic weather ahead.
A new report by youth marketing experts YPulse titled “No Place Like Home” provides significant new insights on how the Covid pandemic has changed how Gen Z and Millennials view the home, and how these changes are creating opportunities for marketers.