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It’s Full Steam Ahead for The New American Home 2021

Filed in Design, IBS by on July 15, 2020 3 Comments
It’s Full Steam Ahead for The New American Home 2021

Construction is progressing swiftly on The New American Home 2021, the official show home of The NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS). And there is growing anticipation for its unveiling, which will show builders and consumers the latest designs and features centered around urban living.

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IBS Exhibit Home Takes Renovations to Another Level

IBS Exhibit Home Takes Renovations to Another Level

Originally built in 1973, the home that will become The New American Remodel 2021 featured a total of five levels, with a variety of angles and different ceiling heights. Working with that unique design was what initially attracted Rob Smith, owner of E2 Homes, to take on the project.

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IBS 2021 Show Home Boasts Spaciousness in an Urban Setting

IBS 2021 Show Home Boasts Spaciousness in an Urban Setting

Built within the densely populated Winter Park community of Orlando, The New American Home® 2021 will showcase many of the amenities today’s home buyers are seeking – most notably, a prime location.

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IBS Scholarship Applications Now Open

Filed in IBS, Membership by on May 6, 2020 0 Comments
IBS Scholarship Applications Now Open

NAHB members in good standing who are 21-35 years old can apply for NAHB’s IBS Scholarship by June 5 for an opportunity to attend the 2021 International Builders’ Show.

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Expand Your Knowledge with the Best of IBS 2020 Webinar Series

Filed in Business Management, Education, IBS by on April 22, 2020 6 Comments
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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Top Features First-Time Home Buyers Want

Filed in Design, Economics, IBS, Trends by on April 8, 2020 8 Comments
Top Features First-Time Home Buyers Want

If first-time buyers had to choose (for the same amount of money) between a smaller house with high quality products/amenities and a bigger house with fewer amenities, 62% would opt for the former.  In other words, after about 2,000 square feet of space, most first-time buyers will derive more value from quality amenities than from size.

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Continue Your Professional Development with On-Demand IBS 2020 Education Sessions

Filed in Education, IBS by on April 6, 2020 0 Comments
Continue Your Professional Development with On-Demand IBS 2020 Education Sessions

Residential building professionals can now access a streaming library of 100+ recorded sessions and presentations from IBS 2020 with IBS Education On Demand.

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Submit Your Proposal to Speak at IBS

Filed in Education, IBS by on April 1, 2020 0 Comments
Submit Your Proposal to Speak at IBS

Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at the 2021 International Builders’ Show. Check out guidelines and tips for top proposal submissions.

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Top Takeaways from Sustainability & Green Building Scholarship Winners

Filed in IBS, Sustainability and Green Building by on March 27, 2020 0 Comments
Top Takeaways from Sustainability & Green Building Scholarship Winners

For the first time this year, students and recent graduates interested in green building were able to receive financial assistance to attend the 2020 International Builders’ Show (IBS) through NAHB’s Sustainability and Green Building Scholarship for IBS. Networking, education, and exposure to demonstrations and real building applications for efficient building practices were among the highlights for each of the recipients.

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4 Factors You Should Know When Marketing to Gen Z

Filed in Business Management, IBS, Multifamily by on March 25, 2020 0 Comments
4 Factors You Should Know When Marketing to Gen Z

Described as the “selfie generation,” Generation Z currently comprises 26% of the U.S. population. By 2020, Gen Zers will command nearly 40% of all consumer shopping and are primary drivers of their parents’ purchasing decisions. Here’s what you need to know to capture their attention.

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