OSHA Worksite Inspections Temporarily Halted in Irma, Harvey-affected Areas

OSHA Worksite Inspections Temporarily Halted in Irma, Harvey-affected Areas

The suspensions will not apply to OSHA inspections prompted by accidents or deaths.

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NAHB Commends Pamela Patenaude’s Confirmation as HUD Deputy Secretary

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NAHB commends the Senate confirmation of Pamela Patenaude as the new HUD deputy secretary. This is an especially important time to have the HUD leadership at full strength as the government and private sector work together to meet the critical housing needs of the millions of households impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

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Trends in 55+ Housing: Learn 18 for 2018

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Trends in 55+ Housing: Learn 18 for 2018

This webinar will explore ways to make your properties stand out and increase sales momentum.

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Using Modular to Help Rebuild After a Disaster

Using Modular to Help Rebuild After a Disaster

Modular homes can play a valuable role in the recovery following severe weather such as a hurricane, because they can be built quickly and offsite in a controlled environment, among other benefits to builders.

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The Value of Attic Storage and Access

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The Value of Attic Storage and Access

With today’s homes being constructed somewhat smaller than even just a couple of years ago, the value of increased storage space is becoming more important.

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NAHB Members Testify before the U.S. Int’l Trade Commission on Softwood Lumber

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NAHB Members Testify before the U.S. Int’l Trade Commission on Softwood Lumber

Two NAHB members testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Sept. 12 as part of the ITC’s final hearing to determine whether U.S. lumber producers have been injured as a result of softwood lumber import from Canada

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New Videos Help Ensure Safety on the Job

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New Videos Help Ensure Safety on the Job

NAHB’s newest Video Toolbox Talks cover nail gun safety, personal protective equipment and the feature for this month: housekeeping and fire safety.

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Joint Employer Bill Would Give Clarity, Certainty to Small Businesses

Joint Employer Bill Would Give Clarity, Certainty to Small Businesses

NAHB today urged Congress to pass the bipartisan Save Local Business Act, legislation that would boost housing affordability and provide small businesses certainty and predictability by clarifying under law what constitutes a joint employer.

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Will Lumber Prices Surge in Hurricanes’ Wake?

Will Lumber Prices Surge in Hurricanes’ Wake?

It’s too early to tell exactly how much of an impact hurricanes Harvey and Irma will have on the prices for lumber and other building materials, especially as other factors such as wildfires and duties are still uncertain. But history suggests there will at least be a noticeable impact in the storm-affected regions.

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HUD Proposes 2018 Difficult Development Areas, Qualified Census Tracts

Filed in Housing Finance, Multifamily by on September 12, 2017 0 Comments

HUD published a Federal Register notice Monday that designates Difficult Development Areas (DDA) and Qualified Census Tracts (QCT) for 2018.

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