55+ Housing

55+ Builder Confidence Down, But Still Positive

Despite a 12-point drop from the previous quarter, builder confidence in the single-family 55+ housing market remains in positive territory for the first quarter of 2017 with a reading of 55, according to the NAHB 55+ Housing Market Index, released today. This is the 12th consecutive quarter with a reading above 50, which means that more builders view conditions as good than poor.

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’55+ House’ Now Helping the Homeless

’55+ House’ Now Helping the Homeless

More than 8,600 attendees at the International Builders’ Show toured the 55+ House as one of the collection of Professional Builder’s Show Village homes. Now, the show home has a new life.

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NAHB Honors 55+ Housing Builder, Community of the Year

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NAHB Honors 55+ Housing Builder, Community of the Year

NAHB named Renaissance Luxury Living at Sun Lakes the 2016 Community of the Year and its builder, Robson Resort Communities Inc., the 2016 Builder of the Year on Tuesday during the Best of 55+ Housing Awards.

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Centrals, Anyone? At IBS, They’re a Must

Centrals, Anyone? At IBS, They’re a Must

Be sure to make time for these fun and informative hangouts that have a little bit of everything rolled into one, comfortable space. Each Central is focused on a niche area of the building industry.

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Building Systems Councils Introduces “The Lounge” at IBS 2017

Building Systems Councils Introduces “The Lounge” at IBS 2017

The Building Systems Councils Lounge, a new hot spot at the 2017 International Builders’ Show focused on all things building systems, will host more than a dozen events, including a wide variety of instructive, education sessions and a few networking opportunities. Stop by Tuesday through Thursday (Jan. 10-12) for catered breakfast and lunch, and a wide range of formal […]

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55+ Housing Industry Council Expands Presence at IBS

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55+ Housing Industry Council Expands Presence at IBS

In addition to the 55+ Housing Industry Council’s strong slate of educational sessions in the 55+ Housing Central, the 2017 International Builders’ Show (IBS) includes at least three additional ways to learn the ins and outs of building homes and communities that 55+ buyers find attractive.

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Strong Showing for 55+ Housing Market

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Strong Showing for 55+ Housing Market

Builders report that the single-family 55+ housing market is holding strong in the third quarter, according to the NAHB 55+ Housing Market Index released today. The index had a reading of 59, two points above the previous quarter and the 10th consecutive quarter with a reading higher than 50.

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2nd Quarter Results Show 55+ Market Still Positive

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2nd Quarter Results Show 55+ Market Still Positive

Builder confidence in the single-family 55+ housing market remains in positive territory in the second quarter with a reading of 57, up one point from the previous quarter, according to the NAHB 55+ Housing Market Index, which was released this morning. This is the ninth consecutive quarter with a reading above 50.

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Bipartisan Policy Center: Seniors Need More Housing Choices

Bipartisan Policy Center: Seniors Need More Housing Choices

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.

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Two-thirds of Home Buyers Seek Single-Story Living

Two-thirds of Home Buyers Seek Single-Story Living

Millennials are in the minority when it comes to a preference for one-story homes. The significant majority of seniors and baby boomers are the ones driving the trend.

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