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Fuller Land and Development Featured in Triangle Land Deal
A highly contested parcel of property located between I-40 and Highway 54 in Durham NC was recently sold for $3.1 million, to the triangle based development company Fuller Land & Develpment.
Behavioral Styles in the Workplace
Do you ever find yourself sitting in your office thinking “what was that person thinking?” or “why did they do it that way?” – Good news! You are not alone. The Fuller team took some time to dive in a little deeper to our different behavioral and communication styles recently. As a team, we all took the “DISC” Behavioral Assessment Profile. Take a look at what we learned!
Five Growing Trends in Residential Land Development
In our recent blogs, we reviewed changes in the housing markets, both nationally and locally. We now want to turn to the trends that are shaping the neighborhood designs of 2019. We see at least five notable changes in the modern streetscape...
Operation Coming Home: Veteran Housing for Soldiers Coming Home
Things always seem to move faster around this time of year, and there’s a good reason for it. Last month was a time brimming with celebration, giving thanks, and preparing for the winter holiday season, now in full swing. With so much going on it can be easy to forget that November also hosts a much quieter and reflective holiday: Veteran’s Day. People, the nation over, take time on November 11th to consider the sacrifices made by those in our armed forces. While some spend their days with family members who’ve served or mourning those they’ve lost, others spend the day trying to selflessly give back to those who have given all they can. One such example of this can be seen locally in the form of an annual event that transpired here in the Triangle.
How to Conserve Energy in Your Home
Implementing good energy-use habits in your household will provide a host of benefits to your family in both the immediate and distant future. Learning simple ways to save energy will not only cut down on the cost of your utility bills, but will also reduce stress on our local energy generation and distribution systems, reduce the amount of air pollutants released into the the environment, and cut down on the depletion of non-renewable resources like coal, petroleum, and natural gas. What’s not to love about that?
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