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The industry's leading source for the information, insight and data that professional builders need to succeed introduces a newly designed house plans Web site.

These new home designs give builders an edge to compete with the glut of pre-existing, pre-owned homes on the market today

Hanley Wood, LLC, the leading media company serving the residential and commercial construction industries, announces the re-launch of Builder House Plans ( The new and improved Web site has re-designed and re-engineered components which incorporate a streamlined look and feel, state-of-the art search functionality and brand new builder-oriented content. Builder House Plans is Hanley Wood's only Web site designed exclusively for professional home builders seeking stock home plans and project plans.

The re-designed Web site features more than 24,000 house plans from more than 300 of the nation's leading residential designers and architects. Each design features market-busting qualities, including smaller footprints, open living spaces, simple roof lines and custom touches that offer both comfort and curbside appeal. Designed specifically to help builders maximize profits in today's challenging market, Builder House Plans features collections of plans with multifamily layouts and designs for narrow lots, while also featuring the latest green home designs, best sellers, editor's picks and supplemental plans for garages, decks and small projects. Also available are unlimited-use plans a unique collection of house plans with built-in permissions to build and rebuild an unlimited number of times. offers residential builders solutions to conquer today's construction market by maximizing profits and differentiating their brands. Stock home plans are an affordable solution for production builders who have cut back on their internal designers and staff architects. Many plan designs are value-engineered to include simpler rooflines and fewer interior walls, making them cheaper to build and thereby improving margins.

Builder House Plans is continuously refreshing its house plans inventory with new designs that reflect the latest in consumer tastes. "These new home designs give builders an edge to compete with the glut of pre-existing, pre-owned homes on the market today", said David Rook, General Manager of Consumer Media at Hanley Wood. "Much of this pre-existing inventory lacks many of today's most popular design features, including open floor plans, home maintenance areas off the kitchen, charging stations, gourmet kitchens, informal living spaces and bonus rooms."

A builder advantage program offers members additional benefits starting as early as their 2nd purchase. Each time a purchase is made the discount increases. Participation is completely free and does not require a purchase to join.

To learn more about Builder House Plans and to start searching for house plans, visit today.

About Hanley Wood
Hanley Wood, LLC, is the premier media and information company serving housing and construction. Through four operating divisions, the company produces award-winning magazines and Web sites, marquee trade shows and events, rich data and custom marketing solutions. The company also is North America's leading publisher of home plans. Hanley Wood Business Media (Washington, D.C.), publishes 30 award-winning residential and commercial construction titles, including Builder, Remodeling, Custom Home, Concrete Construction and residential architect. Hanley Wood Business Media also offers the construction industry's foremost collection of Web sites, including Builder, Remodeling, and ebuild, the comprehensive online guide to building products, as well as the largest collection of house plans online through and Dream Home Source.

Founded in 1976, Hanley Wood is one of the ten largest B-to-B media companies in the United States. Hanley Wood is owned by affiliates of JPMorgan Partners, which uses CCMP Capital Advisors to manage this investment.


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