Business Management

Reapplying for Small Business EIDL Loans Under the CARES Act

Reapplying for Small Business EIDL Loans Under the CARES Act

As Congress renewed funding for small-business loan programs that ran out of money under the CARES Act, those who were caught in the middle of the application process need to know the following the information.

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Expand Your Knowledge with the Best of IBS 2020 Webinar Series

Expand Your Knowledge with the Best of IBS 2020 Webinar Series

NAHB is kicking off the Best of IBS 2020 Webinar Series on April 29, which will expand your business management knowledge over the next six months.

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Register for this Week’s Coronavirus Response Webinars

Register for this Week’s Coronavirus Response Webinars

NAHB continues its Coronavirus Webinar Series this week with sessions on strategic marketing and job site safety.

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How to Keep Buyer Traffic Flowing Despite COVID-19

How to Keep Buyer Traffic Flowing Despite COVID-19

With prospective buyer traffic severely diminished in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, home builders must strategically scale back on their advertising investments. An upcoming webinar hosted by NAHB and Do You Convert will help business owners and sales teams determine how and where to adjust their marketing strategies.

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How to Obtain an SBA Loan and Have it Forgiven

How to Obtain an SBA Loan and Have it Forgiven

In recent weeks, Congress has adopted three bills aimed at stabilizing the economy, with more to come. The most notable of these was the $2.2 stimulus package (the CARES Act) that President Trump signed into law on March 27. This law contains a nearly $350 billion federal small business loan protection program called the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) that will provide significant loan forgiveness for small businesses with fewer than 500 employees if employers meet certain criteria.

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Does Business Interruption Insurance Cover COVID-19 Closures?

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Does Business Interruption Insurance Cover COVID-19 Closures?

It is critical that you promptly review your company’s insurance policies, exclusions, and relevant endorsements to evaluate whether your business has coverage in the wake of COVID-19. If appropriate, you should make a claim with your insurance carrier. 

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Power More Profits with NAHB Estimating and Scheduling Online Course

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Power More Profits with NAHB Estimating and Scheduling Online Course

The NAHB online course, Estimating and Scheduling for Profitable Business Operations, will help participants excel at performing two tasks critical to project preparation: estimating costs and creating the schedule to complete the project.

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Key Coronavirus Resources for the Housing Industry on NAHB.org

Key Coronavirus Resources for the Housing Industry on NAHB.org

NAHB continues to provide up-to-date economic forecasts, policy updates, business continuity, jobsite safety and communications resources for both NAHB members and HBA staff to help them navigate this current crisis.

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NAHB Remains Open for Business

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NAHB Remains Open for Business

NAHB staff in our Washington, D.C. offices will begin working remotely today after President Trump declared a national emergency in response to the coronavirus outbreak. The association is fully functioning and operational, and NAHB staff are working and accessible even though the physical offices are closed.

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Small Businesses Hurt by Coronavirus May Be Eligible for Low-Cost Loans

Small Businesses Hurt by Coronavirus May Be Eligible for Low-Cost Loans

Congress passed an $8.3 billion legislative package on March 4 to help combat the coronavirus. The measure includes a provision that enables the Small Business Administration (SBA) to make an estimated $7 billion in low-cost loans to affected small businesses.

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