Homeownership

Builders Deliver Homes and Hope to Devastated Communities

Filed in Disaster Response, Home Building, Homeownership by on June 25, 2018 0 Comments
Builders Deliver Homes and Hope to Devastated Communities

As we celebrate the final week of National Homeownership Month, we’re highlighting how NAHB members are delivering the American Dream to home owners and communities impacted by natural disasters. As previously reported, modular housing can help devastated communities rebuild more efficiently. Homes can be built quickly and offsite in a controlled environment, saving time and […]

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Builders Respond to Growing Interest in Green Homes

Builders Respond to Growing Interest in Green Homes

During National Homeownership Month in June, we’re focusing on the critical role that the home plays in our lives and how NAHB members are finding innovative ways to build the American Dream.

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Reaching Out to First-Time Home Buyers

Filed in Homeownership by on June 11, 2018 1 Comment
Reaching Out to First-Time Home Buyers

National Homeownership Month in June is a perfect opportunity to help open the door of homeownership to a rising tide of first-time home buyers.

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Promote National Homeownership Month in June

Filed in Homeownership by on June 4, 2018 17 Comments
Promote National Homeownership Month in June

As NAHB and its members celebrate National Homeownership Month in June, new research shows a household’s primary residence is its largest asset and continues to provide an important building block for long-term financial security.

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A Popular Bridge to Homeownership for Younger Buyers

Filed in Economics, Homeownership by on February 23, 2018 1 Comment
A Popular Bridge to Homeownership for Younger Buyers

Many would-be buyers continue to feel stuck on the sidelines because of the limited number of entry-level homes. But after a dramatic decline during the recession of the late 2000’s, townhouses have experienced a steady resurgence in popularity.

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Home Shoppers, Start Your Engines – It Could Take a While

Filed in Economics, Homeownership by on February 15, 2018 1 Comment
Home Shoppers, Start Your Engines – It Could Take a While

A national poll conducted by NAHB found 61% of prospective home buyers have been trying to find a home to buy for at least three months. Those who were polled cited several reasons for their prolonged search.

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55+ Households Account for 2/3 of Home Equity

Filed in 55+ Housing, Economics, Homeownership by on February 9, 2018 0 Comments
55+ Households Account for 2/3 of Home Equity

Households headed by someone age 55 or older account for two-thirds of the nation’s total home equity, according to data from the most recent (2016) Survey of Consumer Finances. (SCF). The survey is conducted every three years by the Federal Reserve and serves as one of the few federal sources of information on household wealth.

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Millennials Lead the Homeownership Resurgence

Filed in Economics, Homeownership by on February 6, 2018 0 Comments
Millennials Lead the Homeownership Resurgence

Momentum continues to build for the housing industry, as evidenced by recent news from the U.S. Census Bureau regarding homeownership.

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NAHB Leaders Press Case for Housing as Congress Tackles Tax Reform

Filed in Capitol Hill, Homeownership, Leadership by on November 17, 2017 0 Comments
NAHB Leaders Press Case for Housing as Congress Tackles Tax Reform

Fifty leaders from across the NAHB Federation met with more than 150 Senators and Congressional representatives this week as your association continued to press the case for affordable housing and middle-class homeownership incentives in tax reform legislation being considered by both houses.

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Builders Fly to Washington to Push for Homeownership Tax Credit

Filed in Capitol Hill, Homeownership by on November 14, 2017 3 Comments
Builders Fly to Washington to Push for Homeownership Tax Credit

More than 50 builders from across the nation are traveling to Washington this week to hold meetings with key House and Senate Republican leaders and urge them to include a homeownership tax credit in tax reform legislation pending in both chambers of Congress.

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