Awards

Deadline Approaching for National Housing Hall of Fame Nominations

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Deadline Approaching for National Housing Hall of Fame Nominations

Applications are due Sept. 24 for NAHB’s prestigious National Housing Hall of Fame, as well as for the Exemplary Service to Home Building awards.

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Apply for an Associate Member Award During Associates Month

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Apply for an Associate Member Award During Associates Month

Associate Member Appreciation Month is in full swing! Join NAHB in celebrating Associate members throughout September for helping your business in the housing industry by nominating an Associate for an Associate Member Award before applications close Oct. 21.

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Apply Today for the SAFE Awards

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Apply Today for the SAFE Awards

Apply or nominate someone today for the SAFE Awards, the home building industry’s only award recognizing professionals who have made successful efforts to advance safety in the industry.

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What Makes a Best Value Active-Adult Community?

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What Makes a Best Value Active-Adult Community?

55places.com recently released its list of top 25 value communities, based on factors such as average price per square foot, construction dates, range of amenity options, lifestyle clubs, home owners’ association (HOA) fees, resident reviews, local property taxes and the cost of living in the surrounding area.

See which 55+ Housing Industry Council members and Best of 55+ Housing award winners were recognized.

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6 Tips for Success from an Award-Winning Multifamily Builder

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6 Tips for Success from an Award-Winning Multifamily Builder

What does it take to become an award-winning builder? We asked Chris House — group vice president at Fortune-Johnson, the 2018 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Builder of the Year firm — for advice for this year’s entrants.

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Say ‘Thank You’ to Associate Members in September

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Say ‘Thank You’ to Associate Members in September

Associate Member Appreciation Month is almost here! Join the NAHB Federation in thanking your Associate trade partners during the month of September for helping your businesses succeed.

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Hard Work Pays Off for Kentucky Remodeler

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Hard Work Pays Off for Kentucky Remodeler

Starting a business in the middle of the Great Recession requires a great deal of determination and hard work, but it’s possible. That was the case for Nick Keitz, CAPS, CGR, a remodeler and owner of Keitz Construction, LLC, in Lexington, Ky. And it’s just one of the reasons why he was named NAHB’s August Remodeler of the Month.

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Meet the 2020 IBS Scholarship Recipients

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Meet the 2020 IBS Scholarship Recipients

Now in its fifth year, the IBS Scholarship Program for NAHB members between the ages of 21-35 received a record number of applicants — 125 from 39 states — to receive a scholarship to attend the 2020 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS). From those 125 applicants, 22 were chosen to attend IBS this coming January.

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Spotlight Top Projects and People

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Spotlight Top Projects and People

Applications for several awards programs will be closing soon, so be sure to submit your application today. Plus, check out a new feature to help expedite the application process.

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‘Impossible’ Project Provides Critical Workforce Housing Options in Memphis

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‘Impossible’ Project Provides Critical Workforce Housing Options in Memphis

Repurposing a 1.5 million-square-foot decaying building that’s been abandoned for decades and is too expensive even to demolish may seem like an impossible task. Yet a group of non-profit organizations in Memphis tackled this feat by turning a 1927 vintage Sears distribution center into a “vertical urban village” that includes resources for the arts community, for education, and for health and wellness services.

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