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Volume 8 of Inspire is Here!

It’s that time of the year again, and we are thrilled to introduce Volume 8 of BSB Design’s Annual Inspire Magazine. This year, we added even more bonus content, photos and videos in both the printed and the digital version. BSB Design has been a leader in housing design since the firm was founded by…

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Trendsetting Infill Projects for Every Buyer

Whether your target market is first-time homebuyers, move-up families or single professionals, there’s a trendy yet timeless infill project for all! Avion at Denver Connection For many buyers, these homes exceeded all expectations within a very attainable price point, leading to a spike in sales. The community offers single family attached or detached product for…

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Strong Sales Start at The Street

A buyer could absolutely love a home and its floor plan, but if the streetscape isn’t appealing, they simply won’t purchase it. Allocating time and money to developing an amzing streetscape will add value to the community and increase sales. Color At first glance, color is the most noticeable element of a home. It greatly…

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in-ground seamless pool showing multiple seating areas and bar, one covered with large open doors to the interiors.
in-ground seamless pool showing multiple seating areas and bar, one covered with large open doors to the interiors.

Custom Feel for Production Builds

Production homes don’t have to be “cookie cutter” copies of each other. Building production homes with a customized feel while staying within budget requires a few key strategies: Offering buyers options, varying the elevations, and focusing on quality and details. The following award-winning projects show how these strategies can create unexpected results in a production…

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Overcoming Lot Size Roadblocks

Smaller lot sizes have become the norm in many growing communities. But these lot sizes can become a potential roadblock during architectural design. When designing plans that are sometimes as narrow as 20 feet wide, architects are challenged to make sure the homes don’t feel cramped. Throughout the entire process, remaining conscious of common narrow-lot…

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Winning 55+ Buyers

Comprising nearly 29% of America’s population, the 55+ market continues to expand. When they begin their new home search, they know exactly what they want. They will rarely make sacrifices because they feel they’ve earned it after many decades of hard work (and they have!). To satisfy the 55+ market, make sure to consider these features…

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living room and dining room, open and spacious floor plan with large seamless entrance to backyard
living room and dining room, open and spacious floor plan with large seamless entrance to backyard

Indoor/Outdoor Living Spaces That Impress

The days of unfolding a few lawn chairs on the patio and calling it “outdoor living” are long gone. Today’s outdoor living areas are extensions of the interior that represent a key selling feature for most buyers. Every year, demand for increased connectivity between indoor and outdoor spaces seems to grow. Capitalizing on that demand…

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