Kitchen Design Trends that Improves a Kitchen’s Beauty and Functionality

Check out the five kitchen trends happening today.


Single And Loving It: Packed Social Calendar Trumps Little Black Book

Single female Boomers have a lot of priorities – but for many, romance isn't high on the list.  Nearly half of single female Boomers (45 percent) aren't interested in dating, according to a new study conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Del Webb, a national brand of  PulteGroup, Inc.  (NYSE: PHM), one of the nation's largest homebuilders and the leading builder of communities for active adults.  In fact, survey results indicate that many single female Boomers prefer an active social life over an active romantic life (just 38 percent are looking for companionship or marriage).


No Signs of Stopping: Single Female Baby Boomers Professionally Fulfilled and Financially Savvy

Today’s single female Boomers are showing no signs of slowing down in their personal or professional lives. In fact, 50 percent of female Boomers are still working and 79 percent are satisfied in their current job position according to new data from Del Webb, a national brand of PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), one of the nation’s largest homebuilders and the leading builder of communities for active adults.


Age Is Just A Number: Single Female Baby Boomers Happier, Healthier Than Ever

The adage “youth is wasted on the young” doesn’t apply to today’s single, female Baby Boomers. In fact, 76 percent of single women over 55 feel younger than their age, according to new data from Del Webb, a national brand of PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), one of the nation’s largest homebuilders.


Things Are Heating Up In The Kitchen And The Bedroom For Today's Homebuyers

First it’s the kitchen, then the bedroom and then the living room when it comes to the must-have features in a new home. (July 2014)


PulteGroup Home Index Survey: Americans' Appetite To Buy New Homes Increases As View On Economy Trends More Positive

A majority of Americans (67 percent) plan to purchase a home in the future, of which 32 percent are looking to buy within the next two years. (April 2014)


As Baby Boomers Streamline And Simplify, Compact Utility Vehicles And Small Premium Home Sales Skyrocket

The baby boomer preference for everything bigger over the last 35 years is shrinking, but this generation’s desire for comfort and amenities is still very much at the forefront in the choices they make as consumers.


Better Days Ahead? Millennials Think So

Economic outlook, purchasing confidence drives optimism among 25-34 year-olds with 85 percent of millennials planning to purchase a home in the future. (March 2014).