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NAHB Continues to Keep Workers Safe and On the Job Site During the Pandemic

Filed in Disaster Response, Safety by on November 20, 2020 0 Comments
NAHB Continues to Keep Workers Safe and On the Job Site During the Pandemic

From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, NAHB has been working to keep America’s home builders and trades partners safe and on the job. That effort is now being redoubled as the country faces a worrying spike in cases, hospitalizations and deaths from the virus.

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NAHB Leads the Charge on Member Mental Health and Wellbeing

Filed in Membership, Safety by on November 17, 2020 2 Comments
NAHB Leads the Charge on Member Mental Health and Wellbeing

At last month’s Fall Leadership Council meeting, NAHB Second Vice Chairman Jerry Konter spoke to members about NAHB’s commitment to addressing the critical issue of mental health and suicide prevention in our industry.

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Learn Business Leadership Habits in NAHB Webinar Nov. 18

Filed in Business Management, Education by on November 13, 2020 0 Comments
Learn Business Leadership Habits in NAHB Webinar Nov. 18

Business leadership tactics are often harder to learn than the sticks and bricks aspects of home building. There are so many leadership philosophies and recommendations to consider, it can make your head spin. Learn simple, actionable suggestions for developing and enhancing your unique approach from an award-winning builder.

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NAHB Legal Action Fund Helps Members and HBAs Fight Zoning, COVID Restrictions

Filed in Legal, Membership by on November 12, 2020 0 Comments
NAHB Legal Action Fund Helps Members and HBAs Fight Zoning, COVID Restrictions

NAHB’s Legal Action Committee recently provided recommendations to the Board of Directors to fund a total of $56,000 in Legal Action Fund grants to members and HBAs to advance legal efforts that will have a national impact on the home building industry.

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Business Diversification is Key to Home Builder Growth

Filed in Business Management, Education by on November 11, 2020 0 Comments
Business Diversification is Key to Home Builder Growth

Most home builders, remodelers and trade partners have a specialty that they focus on that drives their business forward. But by diversifying offerings, businesses can grow and achieve higher profits.

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How Home Builders Can Reduce Workers’ Compensation Costs

Filed in Business Management, Safety by on November 11, 2020 4 Comments
How Home Builders Can Reduce Workers’ Compensation Costs

Business owners in the home building industry are always looking for ways to reduce costs. Many have noted soaring costs tied to workers’ compensation insurance.

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Explore Job Site Sanitation Best Practices in New Video Toolbox Talk

Filed in Safety by on November 2, 2020 0 Comments
Explore Job Site Sanitation Best Practices in New Video Toolbox Talk

Sanitation and personal hygiene have been at the forefront of global public consciousness nearly all year. But proper job site sanitation is extremely important even without a pandemic and should be a focus of site supervisors moving forward.

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

Filed in Business Management, Education by on October 29, 2020 0 Comments
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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Who are Today’s New Home Buyers?

Filed in Business Management, Education by on October 28, 2020 1 Comment
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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The Future of Urban and Suburban Housing in the Wake of COVID-19

Filed in Education, Land Development by on October 27, 2020 2 Comments
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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