Global uncertainty abounds regarding the financial, economic and political implications of the United Kingdom breaking away from the European Union. NAHB Chief Economist Rob Dietz recently explained several possible effects of the move, including how it may influence home building activity in the U.S. as well as the U.K.
Now that the April unveiling of the 2015 ICC/ASHRAE National Green Building Standard is in the rearview mirror, home builders interested in checking out how it works have a new tool: green certification scoring sheets from the Home Innovation Research Labs, which accredits verifiers and certifies green projects. Scoring sheets are available for new single-family and […]
Veterans and their families make life-changing sacrifices while in the service of their country. To show their gratitude, several Texas builders have volunteered to build custom homes that these real-life heroes can call their very own.
Retirement means many different things to different people. What will it mean for you, and will you have the resources you need to accomplish your dreams and goals?
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady today unveiled the tax policy plank of a six-part House GOP policy agenda that would overhaul the tax code and affect important housing tax provisions.
A new report from warns that the rapidly increasing population of older Americans is leading to an additional squeeze on housing supply and affordability. The report recommends 10 specific policy changes that Congress and the Administration must make to combat this growing threat.
Sales of newly built, single-family homes dropped 6% in May from a downwardly revised April reading to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 551,000 units, according to newly released data by HUD and the U.S. Census Bureau.