All signs—and residential home sales—are pointing up, according to organizations such as the NAHB (National Assn. of Home Builders), www.nahb.org, Washington, D.C.
For instance, the association says builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes rose for a fourth consecutive month in September to a level of 59, which is the highest reading since November 2005. What’s more, new-home sales topped 500,000 in August, which is the highest level since 2008.
While the numbers are beginning to trend upwards, where does this leave technology adoption? As the market begins to pick up, residential homebuilders might want to consider how technology will impact a business. Implementing technology now can help prepare for the uptick.
This is where the 2014 Constructech Residential Buyer’s Guide comes into play. The guide is designed to help builders identify the best solutions for processes such as bidding/estimating and project management. Or maybe your company is looking for an enterprise solution that encompasses both accounting/job costing and project management in one solution. Some builders are even looking to processes such as BIM (building information modeling)—and how associated technologies will impact homebuilding.
Whether you are looking for an enterprise solution or technology for BIM, this guide is set up to easily navigate some of the top solutions available—specifically targeting the residential construction community. Our objective is this targeted residential guide will serve as a tool for your construction company in the year ahead.