The ability to be near family but remain independent is a key feature of the award-winning 55-plus community of Sagewood at Daybreak, Utah’s largest master-planned community. And it makes good business sense too, especially in an area where culturally, family is a big deal, say the community’s developers. The first senior living residence built in […]
Congratulations to the local associations that opened their doors this fall and welcomed new members to our Federation: The results are in for the winners of the 2016 Fall Membership Drive. These associations had the highest percentage increase of new Builder and Associate members in September and October in each of their group size categories. […]
NAHB today urged Congress to oppose the inappropriate use of the Endangered Species Act to change the focus of the National Flood Insurance Program away from its mandate of protecting lives and property due to flooding loss.
The Center for Biological Diversity plans to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to protect hundreds of animals and plants under the Endangered Species Act, which in turn limits the land available on which to build homes.
As home builders, code officials and the rest of the industry looks at the current round of proposals for the 2018 editions of the International Code Council’s Residential, Energy Conservation and Fire codes, there’s no time like the present to fight for sensible building practices. Here are the ones to pay special attention to.
On the heels of the 88th Academy Awards ceremony, we’d like to present all of our Oscar-watching, red-carpet loving, large-popcorn-with-butter-eating movie buffs out there with the top five movies every home building industry professional should watch. One of them even won an award this year. Here’s the full list. Happy viewing!