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New Contracts Webinar Series Helps Your Business Prevent Legal Exposure

Filed in Education, Legal by on January 7, 2019 0 Comments
New Contracts Webinar Series Helps Your Business Prevent Legal Exposure

Without solid contracts and detailed document management, your business is vulnerable to legal exposure. To help, NAHB is offering a webinar series discussing these risks – and providing practical solutions. Take one webinar, or all three, and save with our new, lower 2019 prices.

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Don’t Miss Home Builders Institute’s Popular IBS Pre-Show Courses

Filed in Education, International Builders' Show by on December 7, 2018 0 Comments
Don’t Miss Home Builders Institute’s Popular IBS Pre-Show Courses

Get an early, educational start on your 2019 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) experience with four popular, half-day courses from Home Builders Institute. These pre-show courses take place Feb. 16-18. You’ll also receive a free expo pass with registration.

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New LIHTC Webinar Offers Updates to Income Averaging Questions

Filed in Education, Multifamily by on November 30, 2018 0 Comments
New LIHTC Webinar Offers Updates to Income Averaging Questions

This Dec. 12 webinar answers questions we received about the new Income Average Test, which Low Income Housing Tax Credit professionals must consider to maintain compliance at tax-credit properties.

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Take Advantage of IBS Pre-Show Courses

Filed in Education, International Builders' Show by on November 14, 2018 2 Comments
Take Advantage of IBS Pre-Show Courses

Your trip to the NAHB International Builders Show in Las Vegas in February is a prime opportunity to grow your business.

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Free Webinar Explores Enforcement of OSHA Silica Rule

Filed in Education, Labor, Safety and Health by on November 1, 2018 6 Comments
Free Webinar Explores Enforcement of OSHA Silica Rule

The webinar will provide builders and trade contractors with practical lessons learned about the standard and how to comply and avoid penalties.

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New Webinar: Grading Domestic and Imported Lumber

Filed in Education by on October 30, 2018 0 Comments
New Webinar: Grading Domestic and Imported Lumber

Recent tariffs on Canadian lumber have increased builder interest in importing lumber from other countries. However, some of that wood might not be properly graded for structural use. Don’t miss your chance to learn how lumber imported from outside North America can be graded for use under U.S. building codes and standards.

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Last Chance to Register: Affordable Housing Income Requirements Webinar

Filed in Councils & Committees, Education by on October 25, 2018 0 Comments
Last Chance to Register: Affordable Housing Income Requirements Webinar

Housing Credit Certified Professionals won’t want to miss the Friday deadline to register for a free webinar, Income Verification Requirements for Affordable Housing Programs.

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Make the Most of Your Multifamily Marketing Channels

Filed in Education, Multifamily by on October 23, 2018 0 Comments
Make the Most of Your Multifamily Marketing Channels

Each digital marketing channel — websites, email and social media — works like a small stream that, when combined with others, can create a rushing river of multifamily momentum. But when these channels are managed independently, by outsourcing for example, your branding can get lost.

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Careers in Construction Month Starts Today

Filed in Construction Industry, Education, Student Chapters by on October 1, 2018 1 Comment
Careers in Construction Month Starts Today

October is Careers in Construction Month, when NAHB members and state and local HBAs participate in a national campaign to raise awareness about the great jobs available in home building and related trade professions. Grab these tools and join us!

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Girl Scouts Project Gets Boost from New Orleans Builders

Girl Scouts Project Gets Boost from New Orleans Builders

Led by its Professional Women in Building Council, members of the HBA of Greater New Orleans are teaming up with a local Girl Scouts of America troop to restore and remodel a dilapidated cabin. Once they’re finished, the troop will use the cabin for its education programs with a particular focus on STEM-related projects (for science, technology, engineering and math).

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