Multifamily

Single-Family Housing Continues Growth in August

Filed in Economics, Multifamily by on September 17, 2020 1 Comment
Single-Family Housing Continues Growth in August

Single-family starts showed continued growth in August but overall housing production fell 5.1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.42 million units due to a double-digit percentage decline in multifamily production, according to a report from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development and Commerce Department. The pace of single-family starts in August was the highest production rate since February.

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NAHB Podcast: CDC Eviction Moratorium is Bad for Housing

Filed in Advocacy, Housing Finance, Multifamily by on September 11, 2020 2 Comments
NAHB Podcast: CDC Eviction Moratorium is Bad for Housing

On the latest episode of Housing Developments, NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin discuss the recently-announced eviction moratorium, enforced by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and discuss a key race in the Senate.

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Last Chance to Enter 3 Prestigious NAHB Award Programs

Filed in 55+ Housing, Awards, Design, Multifamily by on September 8, 2020 0 Comments
Last Chance to Enter 3 Prestigious NAHB Award Programs

A few of NAHB’s awards programs have extended their deadlines until this Friday, Sept. 11. Don’t miss out on a chance to let your work and your colleagues shine!

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Virtual Learning is in Full Swing Next Week with Exciting Offerings

Filed in Business Management, Education, Multifamily, Technology by on September 8, 2020 0 Comments
Virtual Learning is in Full Swing Next Week with Exciting Offerings

With school back in session all over the country, NAHB Education has three important webinars and virtual courses beginning next week.

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CDC Issues Rental Eviction Moratorium Through Dec. 31

CDC Issues Rental Eviction Moratorium Through Dec. 31

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a nationwide order that will halt millions of U.S. renters from being evicted through Dec. 31, 2020. The CDC said the measure is necessary to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.

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Multifamily Builder and Developer Confidence Improved in Second Quarter but Remains in Negative Territory

Filed in Economics, Multifamily by on August 20, 2020 0 Comments
Multifamily Builder and Developer Confidence Improved in Second Quarter but Remains in Negative Territory

Confidence in the market for new multifamily housing increased in the second quarter, however, it still remains in negative territory, according to results from the Multifamily Market Survey (MMS) released today by NAHB.

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Explore Urban Multifamily Demand in the Age of COVID-19

Filed in Disaster Response, Education, Multifamily by on August 19, 2020 0 Comments
Explore Urban Multifamily Demand in the Age of COVID-19

Learn about increased apartment density and innovative multifamily typologies such as co-living that have begun to help combat the housing crisis that millions of Americans face.

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NAHB Working to Minimize COVID-19’s Impact on Rental Market

NAHB Working to Minimize COVID-19’s Impact on Rental Market

As the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread, NAHB is leading the charge in calling on Congress to provide rental assistance to the nation’s renters and housing providers. Emergency rental assistance will keep tenants in their homes and ensure the financial viability and stability of the rental housing industry.

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How Timber Housing Can Meet Housing Demand and Occupant Needs

How Timber Housing Can Meet Housing Demand and Occupant Needs

If the housing supply is to meet demand, the construction industry will need to innovate how it can deliver high-quality multifamily buildings more efficiently. Mass timber promises such a disruption.

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How to Consider Costs and Benefits for High-Performance Residential Buildings

How to Consider Costs and Benefits for High-Performance Residential Buildings

The home building industry is working to quantify the value that healthier, high-performance residential buildings can bring to occupants. Justifying the financials and the advantages of investing in durable, comfortable and sustainable buildings is especially fitting in the wake of COVID-19, as people are becoming more aware of what they want in their homes.

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