A state-of-the-art Concept Kitchen featuring innovations in appliances, cabinetry, countertops, flooring and plumbing will debut as part of Design and Construction Week during the 2015 NAHB International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas Jan. 20-22. “We want show attendees to see what really good design can do and what a difference it can make,” said NAHB’s […]
A growing economy, rising household formations, low mortgage rates and pent-up demand will help single-family housing production to rev up in 2015 while a growth in renters will keep the multifamily market at cruising altitude or higher, according to economists who participated in yesterday’s National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 2014 Fall Construction Forecast Webinar.
When the home building market was struggling, most chose to take advantage of as many lead opportunities as possible. Now, as the market rebounds, record numbers of new leads are coming through the pipeline. So, in an upswing market, how do you find time to deal with the onslaught of new leads?
Did you know that NAHB saved the typical builder member $6,200 on every new home they started last year and that NAHB policy victories have contributed to real savings for members in 2014? You can learn more about the value of your membership at valueofnahb.org.
Randy Melvin wants to fix the building code. He’s not alone. Even as the ink is barely dry on the 2015 versions of the International Residential Code, International Energy Conservation Code and other model code documents, HBAs across the nation already are targeting changes and improvements to make the new codes more workable and cost effective.
The popular Construction Contracts and Law course has a new look next month: It’s being held Nov. 4, 11 and 18 as a series of three two-hour live webinars conducted by popular instructor Bill Asdal.
Where is the housing market headed?
You can get answers at the NAHB Fall Construction Forecast Webinar, 2-4 p.m. ET on Thursday, Oct. 30. NAHB Chief Economist Dr. David Crowe will analyze and interpret data to help inform your business decisions in 2015.