Learn from Your Peers in the Builder-to-Builder Webinar Series in November

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Learn from Your Peers in the Builder-to-Builder Webinar Series in November

This November, NAHB Education is offering a builder-to-builder webinar series. Builders will share their insider tips and strategies to help you position your business for success.

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NAHB Podcast: Final Thoughts Before Election Day

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NAHB Podcast: Final Thoughts Before Election Day

On the latest episode of Housing Developments, NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin give their final thoughts before the national elections on Nov. 3.

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How to Talk About Careers in Construction in Your Community

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How to Talk About Careers in Construction in Your Community

Share your story and talk about how the skilled trades can lead to a solid career and a well-paying salary to help attract the next generation of professionals.

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Builder Confidence in the 55+ Housing Market At an All-Time High in Third Quarter

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Builder Confidence in the 55+ Housing Market At an All-Time High in Third Quarter

Builder confidence in the single-family 55+ housing market reached an all-time high in the third quarter, jumping 18 points to 83, according to the NAHB 55+ Housing Market Index (HMI) released today.

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Who are Today’s New Home Buyers?

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Who are Today’s New Home Buyers?

There are new buyer profiles in the market for newly built homes. Who are they? How do they think? What affects their buying decision? And how do these new buyers intersect with existing buyer profiles?

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What Voters are Saying About Housing During the Elections

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What Voters are Saying About Housing During the Elections

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and at the culmination of the 2020 elections, housing is an especially critical topic. NAHB recently surveyed more than 2,200 registered voters from across the country to learn more about how housing has been impacted by COVID-19 and how it could play a role in the upcoming elections.

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Customer Service Equals Business Success for October’s Remodeler of the Month

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Customer Service Equals Business Success for October’s Remodeler of the Month

Joshua Edgell, owner of JEMM Construction in Painesville, Ohio, is NAHB’s October Remodeler of the Month. He’s been a dedicated member of NAHB Remodelers for several years, and he recognizes it is an integral part of his success.

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Expectations for Housing Availability Improve

Filed in Economics, Trends by on October 27, 2020 1 Comment
Expectations for Housing Availability Improve

More than one-in-four prospective buyers (28%) in the third quarter of 2020 expect their search for a home to become easier in the months ahead, while 61% percent expect it will be harder or stay the same, according to the latest Housing Trends Report.

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The Future of Urban and Suburban Housing in the Wake of COVID-19

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The Future of Urban and Suburban Housing in the Wake of COVID-19

The pandemic has dramatically changed how most Americans view their homes. The need for more spaces within a home for work, schooling and exercise have driven many to evaluate where they live. But what happens to urban home building if more people move?

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New Inclusionary Zoning Tool Available for NAHB Members

Filed in Advocacy, Economics, Housing Affordability by on October 26, 2020 0 Comments
New Inclusionary Zoning Tool Available for NAHB Members

NAHB created the Inclusionary Zoning Calculator Tool to supplement conflicting policy studies with concrete data of how inclusionary zoning requirements impact development choices, including whether or not a developer proceeds on a project.

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