Most U.S. Homes Built Before the Reagan Administration

Filed in Economics, Home Building by on August 17, 2018 0 Comments
Most U.S. Homes Built Before the Reagan Administration

As the median age of Americans continues to rise, so too does the age of the nation’s housing stock. Census data reveal the median age of owner-occupied housing has increased to 37 years old.

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The 5 Best Practices of High-Performing Sales Managers

The 5 Best Practices of High-Performing Sales Managers

Do you want to lead your teams to higher performance? The key is to focus on the right stuff.

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Join an NAHB Committee: But Do This First

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Join an NAHB Committee: But Do This First

The online application for NAHB committee and council board of trustees appointments is open until Sept. 23. But there is also another looming deadline that will determine which NAHB members are eligible to apply: You must ensure that your membership is current and in good standing by Aug. 31 to make sure the record reflects that fact.

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Remodeling Awards Give Businesses a Boost

Filed in Awards, Remodelers by on August 16, 2018 0 Comments
Remodeling Awards Give Businesses a Boost

Earning an award isn’t just a feel-good moment for the honoree. It’s an opportunity for the recipient to enjoy a prolonged boost in business. Two former award winners can testify to that fact.

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Democrats Introduce Several Tax Bills Focusing on Affordable Housing

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Democrats Introduce Several Tax Bills Focusing on Affordable Housing

In the final days prior to the start of the traditional August congressional recess, Democrats in the House and Senate have put the spotlight on the affordable rental housing crisis by introducing a number of new bills.

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Housing Starts Hold Their Ground in July

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Housing Starts Hold Their Ground in July

Total housing starts inched up 0.9% in July to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.17 million units, according to data released this morning by HUD and the Commerce Department.

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Green Builders Prepare for HERS Amendment Putting Smaller Homes on Even Ground

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Green Builders Prepare for HERS Amendment Putting Smaller Homes on Even Ground

The green building sector is getting ready for the Jan. 1, 2019 deadline for all HERS raters to use an amendment that puts smaller homes on a level playing field.

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Professional Women in Building Members: Get Involved in Public Service

Filed in Councils & Committees by on August 15, 2018 0 Comments
Professional Women in Building Members: Get Involved in Public Service

Oregon State Rep. Julie Parrish and her former House of Representatives colleague, Oregon Home Builders Association CEO Jodi Hack, shared their inspiring stories of entering public office at the NAHB Professional Women in Building Council’s legislative breakfast during the Midyear Board of Directors Meeting.

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ZIP System® Sheathing and Tape for Resilient Roofs

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ZIP System® Sheathing and Tape for Resilient Roofs

Storm season is coming, and with it, a heightened sensitivity to protecting jobsites and the durability of homes down the road.

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Builder Confidence Remains Firm in August

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Builder Confidence Remains Firm in August

Builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes edged down one point to a solid 67 reading in August on the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.

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