IBS Deals Available for First-Time Attendees

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IBS Deals Available for First-Time Attendees

If you are thinking about attending the International Builders’ Show (IBS) for the first time, IBS offers a first-time attendee discount for current NAHB members who have never previously registered for IBS, or people who have previously registered for IBS but only as a non-member. 

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NAHB Leadership, Members Inspire Future Industry Professionals

Filed in Construction Industry, Student Chapters by on October 7, 2019 0 Comments
NAHB Leadership, Members Inspire Future Industry Professionals

NAHB First Vice Chair Dean Mon and several NAHB members spent a day with nearly two dozen high school students to give advice, share personal stories and field questions about working in the home building industry.

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Young Professionals Week Kicks Off with #CICDAY2019

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Young Professionals Week Kicks Off with #CICDAY2019

YP Week was created last year to highlight local HBA young professional groups and activities, encourage local YP recruitment, and showcase the importance of membership and the positive impact that NAHB and HBA membership can have in the early stages of a home building career.

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Video: NAHB Chairman Discusses Industry Pushback on Rent Control

Filed in Chairman's Update by on October 4, 2019 0 Comments

In this month’s video update to members, NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde discusses a recent rent control initiative pushed by California legislators.

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NAHB Second Vice Chairman Chuck Fowke Inducted into Florida Housing Hall of Fame

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NAHB Second Vice Chairman Chuck Fowke Inducted into Florida Housing Hall of Fame

NAHB Second Vice Chairman John “Chuck” Fowke, a Tampa, Fla.-based custom home builder, was inducted yesterday into the Florida Housing Hall of Fame by the Florida Home Builders Association (FHBA).

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3 Ways to Increase Home Resilience Against Stormy Weather

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3 Ways to Increase Home Resilience Against Stormy Weather

Every year, severe storms endanger countless people and cause hundreds of millions — sometimes billions — of dollars in property damage. Huber Engineered Woods wants to better protect people and reduce the severity of damage by improving the way homes are built.

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Focus on Keeping Your Jobsite Fire Free with Resources from NAHB

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Focus on Keeping Your Jobsite Fire Free with Resources from NAHB

Fire Prevention Week, an annual public outreach and awareness campaign from the National Fire Protection Association, will be observed Oct. 6-12. It’s a perfect time for home builders to assess their jobsite fire plans with the hazardous winter season approaching.

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IHA’s Agenda Tackles Housing Affordability and Access to Housing Finance

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IHA’s Agenda Tackles Housing Affordability and Access to Housing Finance

Housing industry experts from around the world convened to discuss key issues facing the global housing industry at the International Housing Association’s (IHA’s) Interim Meeting, Aug. 27-30, in Taipei, Taiwan.

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Setting Social Media Goals is Essential to Sales Success

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Setting Social Media Goals is Essential to Sales Success

Using social media effectively and consistently to influence buying behavior is as dependent on a strong foundation as is the structural integrity of the homes you’re building. Consider these six goals to help build your program.

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NAHB Podcast: Is Upzoning a Trend or a Solution?

Filed in Affordability, Land Development by on October 2, 2019 2 Comments
NAHB Podcast: Is Upzoning a Trend or a Solution?

On this episode of Housing Developments, co-hosts CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin discuss the latest trend in the fight for affordable housing: upzoning. Does this policy have the legs to be more than a trend and become a solution?

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