The U.S Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, on Tuesday, considered an U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule that has wide-ranging ramifications for the U.S. economy and the potential to uniquely impact home builders.
When Miss Martha Mason lost her home to a fire almost two years ago, her insurance company did noto reimburse her for all the damage. She didn’t have enough coverage. But she did have the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of North East Mississippi.
The White House on Monday released a Housing Development Toolkit that highlights regulatory barriers to housing development and outlines tools and strategies that local governments can use to diminish the impact these barriers have on housing production and affordability. The President’s FY2017 HUD budget includes a $300 million proposal for Local Housing Policy Grants to help […]
Have clients who ain’t got no satisfaction? Then you probably ain’t got many leads. NAHB’s Remodeler of the Month award recipient has built most of his business strategy around exceeding the expectations of his current clients, and maintaining consistent communication with his previous clients. As the company approaches its 60th anniversary, the strategy appears to be working.
Sales of newly built, single-family homes fell 7.6% in August from an upwardly revised July reading to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 609,000 units, according to newly released data by HUD and the U.S. Census Bureau. This marks the second consecutive month that sales have topped a 600,000 annual pace since the Great Recession.
The ICC/ASHRAE 700-2015 National Green Building Standard (NGBS) was approved by the American National Standards Institute and made available earlier this year. NAHBNow breaks down what’s changed in the world of sustainable construction since the 2012 NGBS, and what builders, remodelers and developers can expect in the 2015 edition.
First Vice Chairman Granger MacDonald and his wife Kathy are creating a collection of NAHB cookbooks to celebrate the life of their son, Doug Wistner — and they’re asking for your recipes.